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Men's health research: under researched and under appreciated?

Mark Otto Baerlocher, Sarita Verma

Med Sci Monit 2008; 14(3): SC5-6

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It is well-known that men tend to live longer than women. Despite this, women's health research, as a category of research, is much better recognized than men's health research. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research--Institute of Gender and Health has recognized this issue, and is currently attempting to determine research gaps in men's health research.

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