Most clinical trials have been heavily weighted toward men

Most clinical trials have been heavily weighted toward men, therefore, generalization of the results to women remains questionable The best answer to this problem would be a clinical trial to test specifically for women with heart failure , the hypothesis perform whether implantable cardioverter-defibrillator . Implantation their total mortality reduces[ death] rate, the authors write. Because clinical guidelines already recommend defibrillator treatment to prevent sudden cardiac death, such a study may be difficult to beat, they note. But based on our results, it appears that a study of women is needed, and a meta-analysis such as ours may be an appropriate first step to explore this hypothesis. .

Genetic disorders and autoimmune systemCeliac disease a permanent a permanent intolerance to proteins in cereals and occurs in genetically susceptible individuals. This intolerance presents itself as a chronic inflammation of the small intestine. The results support the view that celiac disease disease is a genetic, since 10 percent of first-order relatives of the victims also have the disorder. The current understanding is an autoimmune disease to treat effectively by excluding gluten from the diet.

May save preventive action 555 000 000 – RCN response to Boorman Review, UK.