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Gender-specific health programmes address important issues, but risk creating new biases

By Matthew Jenkins, Research Fellow, University of Otago
Victoria Chinn, Lecturer in Health, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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Gender bias in health research is an ongoing issue, but health interventions that target women or men ignore gender-diverse people and create new areas of discrimination.

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