In this picture taken on Saturday, March 30, 2013, Pakistani female doctors working on dies to cast prosthetic limbs at the Dow Medical Institute for Health in Karachi, Pakistan. In a country better known for honor killings of women and low literacy rates for girls, Pakistan’s medical schools are a reflection of how women’s roles are evolving. Women now make up the vast majority of students studying medicine, a gradual change that’s come about after a quota favoring male admittance into medical school was lifted in 1991. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)

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In this picture taken on Saturday, March 30, 2013, Pakistani female doctors working on dies to cast prosthetic limbs at the Dow Medical Institute for Health in Karachi, Pakistan. In a country better known for honor killings of women and low literacy rates for girls, Pakistan’s medical schools are a reflection of how women’s roles are evolving. Women now make up the vast majority of students studying medicine, a gradual change that’s come about after a quota favoring male admittance into medical school was lifted in 1991. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
In this picture taken on Saturday, March 30, 2013, Pakistani female doctors working on dies to cast prosthetic limbs at the Dow Medical Institute for Health in Karachi, Pakistan. In a country better known for honor killings of women and low literacy rates for girls, Pakistan’s medical schools are a reflection of how women’s roles are evolving. Women now make up the vast majority of students studying medicine, a gradual change that’s come about after a quota favoring male admittance into medical school was lifted in 1991. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
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