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Value of Diagnostics in Women’s Health: How Hormones Can Tell a Fertility Story
In the United States, there are more than 100 diagnostic tests and procedures available for detecting diseases and monitoring their progression. Diagnostic tools are also used to guide treatments and evaluate their effectiveness. Some tests are invasive, such as a biopsy or endoscopy; whereas others are noninvasive, such as x-rays and ultrasound imaging procedures.

Innovations in diagnostics provide access to health information, helping women make informed decisions about their health care at every stage of their lives. Screening and diagnostic testing can lead to earlier detection of disease, improve health outcomes, and contribute toward reducing health disparities among women.

SWHR is hosting a series of public forums to share educational information about the importance and value of innovative diagnostics throughout the lifespan and across disease states and conditions. The events will discuss how to improve health outcomes for diseases and conditions that disproportionately or exclusively affect women, with special a focus on cancers, reproductive health, and bone health.

Hugh Taylor, MD, Professor and Chair, Yale University

Regina Townsend, MLIS, Founder and Executive Director, The Broken Brown Egg

Moderated By:
Irene O. Aninye, PhD, Chief Science Officer, SWHR

Jun 8, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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