Women More Likely to Survive Heart Attacks If Treated by Female Doctors
Women admitted to the hospital with heart attacks are more likely to survive if they are treated by female doctors, reported The Atlantic
in a piece that also examines the enduring male bias in coronary heart disease research. The study, which was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
also found that male doctors were better at treating women with heart attacks when they had more experience treating these patients, and especially when they worked in hospitals with more female doctors.