Published: 6 January 2024
Author(s): Jeanne M. Barbier, Joëlle Schwarz
Issue: March 2024
Section: Commentary

In recent years, a growing focus on the theme of gender has emerged in biomedical research. Inclusion of sex and gender dimensions is crucial to conduct “rigorous, reproducible and responsible science” [1], and to understand the sex and gender specificities in prevalence, clinical presentations and management and prognostic of diseases. Sex refers to individual's biological attributes (chromosomes, gene expression, hormone function and anatomy) that serve the classification into male, female or intersex.


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