Tackling the problems of men’s health requires a comprehensive national policy
Health care service delivery takes into account many patient factors, such as age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status — and sex. While the place of “women’s health” is now well established in health care, many contributors to this special men’s health issue of the Journal believe that “men’s health” has not received sufficient, specific attention. Are they right?
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