Patients treated by female surgeons may have better outcomes: study

Virtual reality brain developed at U of S will help medical students and surgeons study the brain. He adds this particular study isn’t compelling enough to persuade patients to think otherwise, and in some procedures, there were no differences between male and female surgeons.

According to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal, patients who were treated by a female surgeon had a 12 per cent less likely chance of dying within 30 days after an operation, the Telegraph reports.

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