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WASHINGTON — The National Institutes of Health on Thursday apologized for its past failures to recognize and address the culture of sexual harassment that has impacted scientists for generations.

“To all those who have endured these experiences, we are sorry that it has taken so long to acknowledge and address the climate and culture that has caused such harm,” NIH Director Francis Collins said in a statement.

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  • No apology though for the millions of women patients who are still impacted negatively by the mysogyny in medicine. The NIH chose to avoid studying this topic, while medicals boards encouraged it. The culture or Racism and Mysogyny in medicine is still effecting women, and people of color. The NIH did not bother to collect any data on how religious non profit hosptials, have negatively effected our health, while being funded with federal dollars.

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