Women presently are charged more for health care mostly all of the time. In 2015, there will be a new healthcare law, stating the maternity care will be part of women’s insurance, so that none of the women have to pay …show more content…
Despite the fact, that it is also present in other jobs, but the discrimination is especially noticeable in the medical industry. Women get faced with discrimination all the time, from being paid less at their jobs as a doctor to paying more for their own healthcare. If we want to be a well functioning society, we willingly need to care and stop discrimination, so we can proudly say that we are a more equal society.
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