Celebrating Women’s Health and Looking to the Future

While great strides have been made in women’s health, there is still much work to be done. It is time for the health care industry to dismantle the stigma associated with women’s health and to address these needs head on, SWHR CEO Dr. Amy M. Miller writes in a guest blog post for Health Decisions, a clinical research organization focused on women’s health and diagnostics. Dr. Miller wrote about the past achievements and future efforts in advancing women’s health research in honor of National Women’s Health Week.

 

“The entire research community — academia, government, and industry — needs to invest more time, money, and resources into better understanding female-dominant conditions and creating noninvasive diagnostics and treatments for them.”

 

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While great strides have been made in women’s health, there is still much work to be done. It is time for the health care industry to dismantle the stigma associated with women’s health and to address these needs head on, SWHR CEO Dr. Amy M. Miller writes in a guest blog post for Health Decisions, a clinical research organization focused on women’s health and diagnostics. Dr. Miller wrote about the past achievements and future efforts in advancing women’s health research in honor of National Women’s Health Week.

 

“The entire research community — academia, government, and industry — needs to invest more time, money, and resources into better understanding female-dominant conditions and creating noninvasive diagnostics and treatments for them.”

 

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