TCOM Class of 2013: By the numbers
Here’s a quick look at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2013 by the numbers. With 173 graduates, it was TCOM’s largest ever class.
Be sure to also check out the TCOM Class of 2013 Interactive Residency Map for more details about where our graduates will go for residencies and internships.
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