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08 May 2007

What kind of training do rheumatologists have?

In South Africa, rheumatologists must first complete an MB ChB (six years followed by an internship of two years), then four years specializing to be a general physician.

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In South Africa, rheumatologists must first complete an MB ChB (six years followed by an internship of two years), then four years specializing to be a general physician and a further two years of training to become a rheumalogist.

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