La femme est-elle l'avenir de la médecine?

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Au-delà des chiffres, quelle est donc l'influence de la féminisation sur la pratique médicale car ne nous y trompons pas, c'est aussi l'influence des femmes sur l'évolution de la pratique médicale dont il est question. A près un long refus à admettre les
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