Women more likely to be warned away from surgery careers due to gender

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(Reuters Health) – Punishing hours and concerns about having little time to marry and have children deter both male and female medical students from choosing careers in surgery, but more women say they’ve been warned away from the field because of their gender, a survey found. Researchers sent surveys to roughly 720 students at Harvard […]

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