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March 4, 2019

The HPV Vaccine: A Step Forward for Women’s Health

The HPV vaccine is one of the major milestones in cancer research, displaying the great promise of cancer prevention.
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February 27, 2019

Pregnancy Complications May Influence Women’s Future Heart Health

A growing body of evidence shows women may have an increased risk of heart disease in the decades following a pregnancy in which they suffered from complications such as gestational…
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February 25, 2019

Identifying Barriers to Care for Women With Endometriosis

An SWHR working group published an expert review that identifies areas of need to improve a woman’s diagnosis, treatment, and access to quality care, as well as highlights priorities for…
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January 22, 2019

New Treatments, Universal Screening May Ease Burden of Perinatal Depression

The most common, most underdiagnosed, and most undertreated pregnancy-related complication in the United States is perinatal depression — depression that occurs during pregnancy or within the first year after delivery. An estimated…
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January 14, 2019

SWHR Engages With FDA on Patient-Focused Drug Development

SWHR seeks to ensure that meaningful input from women is included in the development and regulatory review of new medical products.
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January 2, 2019

SWHR Hires Sherie Lou Santos as Director of Science Policy

The Society for Women’s Health Research has hired Sherie Lou Z. Santos, MPH, as director of science policy. In this role, Santos will envision, direct, and implement creative science programs…
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December 20, 2018

Roche Diagnostics CMO Alan Wright Joins SWHR Board of Directors

The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) is pleased to announced the election of Alan Wright, MD, MPH, chief medical officer at Roche Diagnostics Corp., to its Board of Directors.
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December 6, 2018

SWHR Praises Work of Dedicated FDA Women’s Health Advocate Marsha Henderson

In her 22 years at the Food and Drug Administration, Marsha B. Henderson has had a profound influence on the advancement of women’s health research. When she retires at the…
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November 26, 2018

Survey of School Nurses Reveals Lack of Bathroom Policies and Bladder Health Education

In an online survey developed by the Society for Women’s Health Research, a majority of school nurses reported that the pre-K-12 schools they work for do not have written policies…
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