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Reversible male contraceptive, targeted to testes with magnets
1 in 5 women planning pregnancy smoke cigarettes, study finds
WHO launches updated manual to ensure high quality testing of human semen in clinical and research settings
Athletes to help shape future of female performance and health in sport
BU researchers develop novel, woman controlled contraceptive product
New research shows Australian women with fertility problems would benefit from “back to basics” information
AMA opposes bid to allow pharmacists to dispense oral contraceptives with a prescription
Contraception data ‘blind spot’ could hide pandemic impact on women’s reproductive health
Contraception data ‘blind spot’ could hide pandemic’s impact on women’s reproductive health
Expanding access to oral contraceptives does not pose risk to patient safety
General Practice best placed to advise patients on sexual health
Almost half of women using long-acting reversible contraception felt pressured to accept this method
Better choice of contraceptives can prevent breast cancer
What worked for us: knowledge-sharing to improve reproductive health programming
Abortion safe areas protect staff & service users from bullying & harassment
Visits to ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ common in Ohio
RAD-140 – A Health Warning
GPs play critical role in maternity care
Health Care for Women Hit by Aid Cuts: Afghanistan
90 percent of countries’ health services continue to be disrupted by COVID-19 pandemic: WHO
COVID-19 continues to disrupt essential health services in 90% of countries
AIS launches resources to prioritise female health and performance
Long-acting injectable medicine as potential route to COVID-19 therapy
Hundreds of millions of women living lives ‘governed by others’, UN report shows
Nearly half of all women are denied their bodily autonomy, says new UNFPA report, My Body is My Own
Meeting of Guidelines Development Group for update and consolidation of guidelines for safe abortion care
Extra funding for transgender sexual health service
As crisis facing women in Venezuela deepens, UNFPA appeals for urgent funding to save lives and protect their rights
Participants needed for HSDD drug study
Real-World Evidence Supports Effectiveness of First-line IBRANCE Combination Therapy
WHO publishes new clinical recommendations on HIV prevention, infant diagnosis, antiretroviral therapy initiation and monitoring
COVID disrupts contraception services, leads to 1.4 million unintended pregnancies, says UNFPA
New UNFPA data reveals that nearly 12 million women lost access to contraception due to disruptions caused by pandemic
Nexplanon birth control study seeks participants
U.S. FDA Expands Approval of Pfizer’s LORBRENA as First-Line Treatment for ALK-Positive Metastatic Lung Cancer
Leading conversation on future of women’s healthcare in Australia
Neurons from patient blood cells enable researchers to test treatments for genetic brain disease
Pfizer Confirms U.S. Patent Term Extension for IBRANCE Until March 2027
UN sexual and reproductive health agency welcomes USA intention to reinstate funding
WHO recommends dapivirine vaginal ring as a new choice for HIV prevention for women
Statement from President Biden and Vice President Harris on 48th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade
Challenge stigma, pursue your right to health
Pfizer’s XALKORI Approved by FDA for ALK-positive Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma in Children and Young Adults
Liverpool launches new Centre of Excellence for Long-acting Therapeutics
Update on government’s response to Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review
Argentina: ‘Ground-breaking’ new abortion law crucial to ending gender discrimination – UN experts
Myovant Sciences and Pfizer Announce Collaboration to Develop and Commercialize relugolix
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