More women physicians

September 1995
Mothering;Fall95, Issue 76, p23
Reports that the number of American women physicians has quadrupled between 1970 and 1990 according to the September 1994 issue of the AMA Backgrounder journal. Excess of women physicians compared with male physicians.


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