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The National Institutes of Health only allocates 10.8% of funding towards women's health research · The US ranks 55th in the world for maternal mortality · Women of "childbearing potential" were banned from participating in clinical trials until 1993 · In a 2024 analysis of common medical interventions, 64 percent were found to disadvantage women due to lower effectiveness, access or both · In 2015, there were five times more scientific studies on erectile dysfunction than premenstrual syndrome · Getting a proper endometriosis diagnosis can take up to 11 years · Out of 112 internal-medicine residency programs reviewed in a 2016 study, approximately 25 percent did not include menopause in the core curriculum, and more than 70 percent did not include infertility ·

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