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Old 09-20-2013
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Question Reassign LoR


one of the lors that i received was assigned by me to both medicine and neurology and is available in eras po. it is a waived lor.

i wish to upload a different lor by same author for neurology..this lor will be unwaived..can i do that.

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You can do it, but I'm not sure it's the best thing to do.
Perhaps more people can weigh in on the issue, but I wouldn't swap a waived letter directed to med and neuro for an unwaived letter directed to just neuro. If you can be confident that the waived letter was good, it would carry more weight.
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