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Postmenopausal women often discontinue estrogen therapy within the first year. No studies have examined reasons why women continue or discontinue hormone replacement therapy (HRT) after several years of use, when hormone side effects have subsided. We wanted to identify determinants of estrogen...
This study analyzes the relationship between patient gender and satisfaction with primary care visits, using 1999 survey data on 1691 women and 760 men making primary care visits at multiple sites affiliated with a large academic health system designated as a National Center of Excellence in...
This report presents the main qualitative results of a verbal autopsy study carried out in three states of Mexico, which aimed at identifying the factors associated with maternal mortality that could be subject to modifications through concrete interventions. By reviewing death certificates...
Researchers' understanding of recruitment and retention of study subjects is in its infancy. To address the dearth of information on the underrepresentation of diverse populations of women in research studies relating to health issues, the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) National...
Moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Earlier studies in men have shown that moderate alcohol consumption affects lipoprotein metabolism and hemostasis. In this diet-controlled, randomized, crossover trial, we investigated the effect on...
As screening and treatment for breast cancer improve, learning about survivors' post-treatment needs becomes increasingly important. Focus groups (n = 23) were conducted with breast cancer survivors (n = 128) in rural Washington communities during a 5-month period in 1996 to explore ways to...
Gender bias, described among practicing physicians, has rarely been examined in medical students. The current study examined the influence of gender bias on medical students' clinical decision making. We experimentally manipulated patient gender in 27 written clinical vignettes embedded in the...
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