Abortion ruling set to influence med school applications

From University World News: “The representative survey of 300 university students from across the United States who are applying to medical school this fall is the first of its kind taken since last June when the Supreme Court reversed Roe v Wade, decided in 1973, that established a woman’s right to abortion nationwide. The survey showed that nearly half of aspiring medical students say that the decision either definitely or probably will affect their decision on where to apply for medical school. Almost a third say it may or may not affect their decisions and 9% said it would not affect their decisions.”

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