Gender inequity: challenging business as usual

Kavathas, Chair of the AAI Committee on the Status of Women (1998–2001) and Soong, a member of this committee, discuss the reasons for gender discrimination against women and what can be done to address the issue.

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Kavathas, P., Soong, L. Gender inequity: challenging business as usual. Nat Immunol 2, 985–987 (2001) doi:10.1038/ni1101-985

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