Minorities Hardest Hit by Difficulty of Being a Doctor

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Medicine is a challenging profession. Being a doctor can be lucrative in some income categories, but it’s also hard as hell at every level. It’s expensive, exhausting, draining, high-risk and stressful.

And that’s true of most high-end professions.

That’s why we have (or used to have) a screening system called “merit” to separate those who could hack it from those who can’t. It’s why you have the stories about med school students being told, “Look to the right and look to the left, one of you won’t be here next year.” But now that medicine is being DEIed to death, a whole lot of people are getting in, not on merit, but on identity politics, and they can’t hack it. So they do what they always do which is cry that they’re being discriminated against because they entered a tough line of work.

Lupe Alonzo-Diaz, the president …

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