Men are much more likely than women to die by suicide (see Scope of the Problem section). Among the reasons for this are that they are more likely than women to use firearms in attempting suicide and less likely than women to access behavioral health care. They are also subject to a variety of cultural expectations that can contribute to risk.  

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