Companies exploit opportunities in women's healthcare as interest in "gender-specific" medicine increases
This article was originally published in Clinica
There is a growing recognition that men and women react very differently to illnesses and therapies and this is resulting in a move towards gender-specific medicine. Karen Riley reports on what various companies are doing in the areas of women's health.
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