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Women who applied unsuccessfully to Tokyo Medical University intend to demand compensation from the school for manipulating entrance exam results in favor of male applicants and hiding the discriminatory practice, their lawyers said Wednesday.

A university investigative panel said Tuesday it had identified 69 people, including at least 55 women, who were rejected due to the university’s systematic alteration of the scores of female applicants and applicants who had failed its entrance exams multiple times in the past.

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