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Why Are There So Few Women in Neurosurgery?

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Why Are There So Few Women in Neurosurgery?
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    More than half of all students accepted into medical schools are women, but only a fraction of neurosurgeons are female. Dr. Gail Rosseau, of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, tells host Bruce Japsen about a new paper that highlights these challenges and provides recommendations on how to improve the profession and care for patients.

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    More than half of all students accepted into medical schools are women, but only a fraction of neurosurgeons are female. Dr. Gail Rosseau, of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, tells host Bruce Japsen about a new paper that highlights these challenges and provides recommendations on how to improve the profession and care for patients.

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