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$2.6 Million Grant Funds Study of Early Sex Differences in Human Health, Disease

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Sex differences in human health and disease are well-documented: autism and attention deficit disorder are much more common in boys, and starting around adolescence, depression is much more common in girls. Recent animal studies suggest that these sex differences may begin in a mother’s womb.

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