[Correspondence] Gender myths in global health—a response to the response

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The promotion of women leaders in global health as outlined by Talib and colleagues1 is a commendable and important goal. My hope has always been that gender parity in this field will lead to a greater recognition of the enormous health burdens suffered by women in both the global North and South. With this in mind, it was with dismay that I read the letter Gender myths in global health2 and the authors’ response (September issue).3

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[Correspondence] Gender myths in global health—a response to the response