It is common knowledge that primary care physicians are among the least well-paid medical professionals in the U.S., but among them female internists and pediatricians seem to have it worst, according to a new study that shows most women primary-care doctors would almost certainly have been better off financially had they become physician assistants instead. The research, conducted by two Yale [...]

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