In all facets of STEM, we need to cultivate environments that are more inclusive and diverse by recruiting and supporting girls and women in STEM careers.
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Heavy menstrual bleeding, painful cramps, and bloating during menstruation may sound like “normal” mild symptoms accompanying a woman’s period, but for some women, these symptoms are much more severe and may be signs of an undiagnosed, noncancerous gynecological condition.
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Understanding the complicated world of screening and diagnostic testing can help patients better grasp the possibilities for their care.
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SWHR brought together researchers and clinicians for a roundtable meeting to identify unmet needs and knowledge gaps for women with osteoarthritis.
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Most women will never be screened for ovarian cancer. Unlike with breast and cervical cancers, ovarian cancer research has struggled to produce reliable methods of screening.
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