Big Data Supports Benefits of Sexual Dimorphism Research

The AAOS Women's Health Issues Advisory Board  (WHIAB) seeks to advocate, advance, and serve as a resource for research on sex  and gender differences in musculoskeletal health for a variety of audiences,  including orthopaedic surgeons, policymakers, and the general public. However,  many orthopaedic surgeons may ask, "Why should musculoskeletal research efforts  direct resource dollars to sexual dimorphism?" The answer is "Big Data."

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