No single solution to address sexual harassment in medicine exists, but physicians of all genders must come together to make progress.
While overall gender diversity has improved in the healthcare profession, female physicians are still paid significantly less than their male counterparts.
As the #MeToo movement has gained strength, reports of sexual harassment at medical schools have mostly remained stagnant.
Neurologists should keep in mind that, although migraine is more common in women, it does occur in men.
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