Women still sidelined in stroke trials

Better gender representation in stroke trials will help improve evidence and subsequent guideline recommendations for management of stroke in women, Australian researchers say. Their study, published in Neurology, examined 281 stroke trials conducted between 1990 and 2020. It found 37.4% of the 588,887 participants in the trials were women while the prevalence of stroke in ...

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