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Male OB-GYNs Are Rare, But Is That A Problem?
National Public Radio

As she leaves a 12-hour-day on the labor and delivery shift, Dr. Katie Merriam turns off her pager.

“I don’t know what I’d do without it, you know? It’s another limb. I always know where it is,” she says and laughs.

The third-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at the Carolinas Medical Center hospital in Charlotte, N.C., works in a medical specialty dominated by women, treating women. Merriam says she feels a special connection to her patients.

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