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A CENTURY AGO, 12 African-American physicians, barred from joining local and national medical organizations and unable to obtain hospital privileges for treating their patients, gathered to form what became the National Medical Association (NMA). This year, African-American physicians for the...
THERE ARE approximately 340 000 women in the US Armed Forces—nearly 200 000 on active duty and the rest serving part-time as reservists—and those numbers are expected to grow.
Now, efforts to redress medical research's insufficient attention to women (JAMA. 1990;263:1049-1051, 1055) are...
THE US GOVERNMENT should apologize to hundreds of citizens who were used in ionizing radiation experiments conducted from the 1940s into the 1970s—often without their consent or even their knowledge. The government should also compensate those who were harmed by the experiments, or their...
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