Date: 18 Jan 2014
Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby: Gendered Innovations in Orthopaedic Science
- Amy L. Ladd MD
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Note from the Editor-in-Chief: I am pleased to introduce “Gendered Innovations in Orthopaedic Science,” a quarterly column written by Amy L. Ladd MD. Dr. Ladd is a Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics at Stanford University, and President of the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedics Society. Dr. Ladd will provide commentary on gender issues in orthopaedics.
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