Women are 32% more likely to die post-op if their surgeon is a man

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In yet another sign of the institutionalised sexism of the medical system, a new study has shown that women face worst outcomes when operated on by a male surgeon. Female patients had a 32% higher chance of death, a 16% greater risk of complications and 11% more likely to be readmitted…

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