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US Regulators Enforce Plan to End Gender Bias in Medical Trialsi
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Jessica Berman
June 13, 2014 6:51 PM
Beginning in October, U.S. scientists who want to use government money will have to start using female animals and cells in their research. It's a big step for activists who have fought for years to get women included as part of the medical research agenda. VOA's Jessica Berman has more.

US Regulators Enforce Plan to End Gender Bias in Medical Trials

Jessica Berman

Published June 13, 2014

Beginning in October, U.S. scientists who want to use government money will have to start using female animals and cells in their research. It's a big step for activists who have fought for years to get women included as part of the medical research agenda. VOA's Jessica Berman has more.


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