Harvard Study Shows Female Doctors Outperform Males

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 by | Posted In: Medical Malpractice
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A study recently conducted at Harvard University’s School of Public Health concluded that those patients who are treated by female physicians are less likely to die of what is making them sick and is less likely to need hospital readmission.

If all patients were treated by female doctors, 32,000 lives would be saved annually, the study reported. The reasoning for this is the approach female and male doctors take when treating their patients.

Here are some interesting statistics:

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