Pfizer Quietly Changes Requirements for Fellowship Applicants after Discrimination Lawsuit

Pfizer quietly changed the application requirements for its “Breakthrough Fellowship Program” after a nonprofit sued the pharmaceutical giant, claiming the program illegally discriminated against white and Asian applicants.

Do No Harm — a group of health-care professionals, students, and policy-makers that seeks to “protect health care from a radical, divisive, and discriminatory ideology”  —  filed a lawsuit against Pfizer in September on behalf of two of its members, arguing that the fellowship discriminates against white and Asian applicants, no matter their qualifications.

Read more at the National Review.