More women now in medical school than men

Madison Rexroat

Female medical students have now surpassed male medical students in schools across the U.S., becoming the majority for the first time ever.

50.7 percent of the incoming medical school class in 2017 were women and since 2015, applications from prospective female students were up four percent. Women currently make up only 34 percent of the population of U.S. doctors and make 65 percent of what a male doctor makes.

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