Elinor Pisano


Women's role in the medical field has expanded a great deal over the last 30 years. Women and men are represented in nearly equal numbers in medical school classes. Yet sexism still persists in the profession and in society. The author discusses a recent fund-raiser on campus and asks the question, "Are women undermining their own advocacy efforts by subliminally perpetuating sexism in the field? How far have we really come?"



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