Harvard and Innate Gender Differences

A letter to the editor at WSJ makes a brilliant point (which I wish I made first) about the recent Harvard study that shows that aspirin affects women differently than men.

He says we should either a) attack the politics of the scientists who published the study, or b) apologize to Larry Summers for the attacks on him for "having the temerity to suggest that there may be differences between men and women".

If men and women react differently to aspirin isn't it just possible that there are other differences?

"It seems increasingly difficult to be both polittically correct and scientifically correct at the same time."

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