Philip E. Young, MD
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Young P.; Obstetricians Still Wanted: Mothers Should Read the Fine Print. Ann Intern Med. 2004;141:888. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-141-11-200412070-00016
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2004;141(11):888.
TO THE EDITOR:
Harrumph! I am not the program director Dr. Plante cited in her essay on motherhood and medicine (1). However, I am a 63-year-old male obstetrician–gynecologist who spent many years as the residency director of an OB-GYN program at a major teaching institution and who currently serves as the senior partner of an 11-person OB-GYN group (5 men, 6 women). I have also lived through the “before” and “after” of the current revolution in medicine, during which women have become a major force. Given these experiences, I do have a few observations to make.
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