Men and women can't feel each other's pain. Literally. We have different biological pathways for chronic pain, which means pain-relieving drugs that work for one sex might fail in the other half of the population. So why don't we have pain…
Gerry SpitznerWe have vitamins; so, why don’t we have pain medicines designed just for men or women? The reason is simple: Because no one has looked for them.
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Gerry SpitznerArtificial intelligence is already shaping the world, from driverless cars to dating. But according to Dr Eric Topol, a pioneer in digital medicine, perhaps its greatest impact will be on people's health.