Do No Harm fights for individual patients – and against identity politics.
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Many U.S. medical schools offer scholarships and programs that illegally discriminate based on sex, gender identity, race/ethnicity, color, or national origin, We have filed more than 100 federal civil rights complaints to challenge them.
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The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine received a top-tier score on the DICE Inventory it submitted to AAMC. Here’s the background. In November 2022, the Association of American Medical Colleges released a report showing that the vast majority of medical schools have embraced identity politics,…
To the editors of the New England Journal of Medicine: Disappointment. That’s the reaction that we, the undersigned, and countless others recently had when reading what is supposed to be the most prestigious journal in American medicine. As medical professionals, we turn to your pages for serious and thoughtful research…
What’s an under-represented minority? You’d think Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Surgery would have a good answer, considering it offers a scholarship specifically for these individuals. Yet a freedom-of-information request has turned up the startling revelation that VCU doesn’t define what an under-represented minority is. This news is due to…
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