Neglecting sex and gender in research is a public-health risk
Briefly

Over the past decade, efforts to encourage researchers to address sex and gender effects in studies are yielding more insights. Sex and gender can influence disease risk, diagnosis accuracy, treatment outcomes, and overall health in conditions like Alzheimer's and other common diseases.
Despite advancements, there's still a remarkable lack of understanding on how sex and gender impact various aspects of human health. Incorporating this knowledge into clinical trial design and medical practice is essential, especially with advancements in technologies like gene editing, AI, and biomedical engineering.
Read at Nature
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