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Many authors have presented arguments in the recent medical literature discussing the premedical preparation of medical students. Much of this work seems to center upon the need to balance the strong science concentration with an increased emphasis on humanities courses. This paper investigates another potential shortcoming of premedical education, that of information literacy. It defines the problem, argues its existence, and proposes the ready availability of a solution.