SWHR hosted three value assessment experts at its recent policy meeting to discuss the integration of women’s health priorities into assessments of new health care innovations.
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Anal cancer is a rare and incredibly stigmatized disease — and the majority of cases in the U.S. occur in women.
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The Society for Women’s Health Research stands with the Black community against racial injustice.
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In the midst of COVID-19, pregnant women and new moms are being forced to confront unexpected challenges and possible worst-case scenarios about delivery and the postpartum period.
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ICER's updated value assessment framework embraces several of SWHR’s recommendations, but more work remains to adequately evaluate the value of health care interventions for women.
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