Japan med school confirms altering scores to keep out women
The school wanted fewer female doctors because it anticipated they would become mothers and would shorten or halt their careers.
Tokyo Medical University manipulated all entrance tests results since 2000 or even earlier. The findings released Tuesday by lawyers involved in the internal investigation confirm recent reports in Japanese media.
The manipulation surfaced during an investigation of an alleged wrongful admission of a bureaucrat's son.
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