Tokyo medical university cut women’s exam scores to curb numbers: media

TOKYO (Reuters) – A Tokyo medical school systematically cut women applicant’s entrance exam scores for years to keep them out and boost the numbers of male doctors, Japanese media said on Thursday. Pr…
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