Dec 10, 2003-- For the first time ever, women outnumbered men among people applying to U.S. medical schools for this fall — a milestone in the slow but steady increase in the number of aspiring female doctors. Of the 35,000 total applicants, 17,672 were female. (2314 reads)
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