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Doctoring the figures: Tokyo Medical School admits to lowering women's scores

A Japanese Medical University has been forced to admit that it has systematically discriminated against female applicants on the basis that they tend to quit as doctors after starting families. The scandal goes against Shinzo Abe's push to promote female employment while revealing a deeply held culture bias against the employment of mothers.

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