Putting Gender on the Agenda. Biomedical Research Continues to Use Many More Male Subjects Than Females in Both Animal Studies and Human Clinical Trials. the Unintended Effect Is to Short-Change Women's Health Care
Nature 2010 June 10; 465(7299): 665
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