More than half of all revenue for 125 medical schools in the U.S. in 2001-02 came from tuition and fees, affiliated medical practice plans, support from the parent university and hospitals and clinics, according to a survey by the Association of American Medical Colleges. The survey also showed the percentage of revenue coming from the federal government increased to 23.1% from 22.7% in the previous year, while funding from state and local governments fell slightly to 9.3%.
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