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‘All such characteristics and experiences figure into the fresh diversity, which acknowledges that shared experiences in this country no more track simply with race. Diversity isn’t so black and white anymore. The definition of diversity is usually changing, he says. ‘I think overall for the better, but people should remember that the previous definition provides merit,’ he says. ‘There is still a shared narrative among minority learners that has supported a collective consciousness for many years and helped improve individual care due to a rapport with patients rooted in racial or cultural similarities.’ Over the last year, Penn Medicine has solidified its commitment to diversity and inclusion.‘From that first advertising campaign in 2004, we’ve prayed for Abby – and for all abortion workers – that they would come to find what abortion really is, and they would keep the deadly business. In this case, those prayers have been answered. We are therefore pleased with Abby’s courage to leave the abortion sector and publicly announce her known reasons for departing.’ Related StoriesRaising lupus awareness: an interview with Professor Ramsey-Goldman, MDDeaths from avoidable risk elements: an interview with Dr Ali Mokdad, IHMEMarriage position associated with survival outcomes following cardiac surgeryJohnson stated, ‘I left on good conditions and had a change of heart upon this issue.