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Bertrand M. Bell, Who Strove to Reduce Medical Trainees’ Grueling Shifts, Dies at 86

Dr. Bell was a key voice in limiting medical school graduates’ workloads after an 18-year-old’s death at a Manhattan hospital in 1984 led to calls for reform.
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