Ending medical-school affirmative action will be a plus for patients


In fact, there’s evidence affirmative-action policies can harm patients as well as aspiring doctors themselves.

The US Supreme Court effectively prohibited university admissions officers from giving preferential treatment to applicants based on their race this summer.

Many medical-school leaders decried the high court’s ruling, claiming the ban will lead to less diversity within their student bodies, a less diverse crop of physicians and worse outcomes for minority patients.

Click to read the full article at the New York Post

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