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Is there no alternative? Conscientious objection by medical students
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    I read Robert Card's recent paper entitled "Is there no alternative? Conscientious objection by medical students" with great interest.1 That Muslim students in America are able to conscientiously object (and this was entertained) to the cross-gender consultation is somewhat startling. I have just left the Middle East, where I worked as a medical educator for five and half years (2006-2011), and, to the best of my knowledg...

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