Associate Editor for Contemporary OB/GYN
A new study from the journal Biology of Sex Differences found an association between sex biases in drug dosage trials and the overmedication of women.
According to investigators, women are more likely than men to experience adverse drug reactions from medications, as clinical trials have historically focused on men.
In the August issue of Contemporary OB/GYN, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Catherine Y. Spong discussed the ways in which women’s health research has and continues to be marginalized. Read her full editorial here.
For additional details on the study’s findings, visit our sister publication, Drug Topics.