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Read the latest articles covering women's health, non-communicable diseases and other urgent global health issues

Special Report

Closing the Gender Health Gap

The gender health gap is universal. There is a huge disparity in the allocation of funding and other resources for the research and treatment of healthcare concerns that are unique to women. Insufficient focus and funding leads to a scarcity of clinical research and data on women’s health issues. Until the late 1980s, women were largely excluded from clinical trials.
We tackle this issue through a global lens to gain a comprehensive understanding. We interview healthcare experts, female founders, advocates, and leaders to explore diverse issues related to medical gaslighting, the femtech ‘boom’, and the impact of climate change on women’s health outcomes.
Let’s continue to work together to close the gender health gap and improve the lives of all women.


A note on our closing the gender health gap special report

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