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The world of medicine has persistently, deliberately and systematically excluded women and minorities. In this lecture, I discuss how some women succeeded in a world that didn’t want them, with the help of established physicians who mentored and encouraged their inclusion. \
Medicine has benefited from increased diversity and the presence of women.
We can use insights from the stories of the early women in medicine to increase diversity and inclusion of underrepresented minorities – improving the entire culture of medicine.
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