Biden takes steps to increase research into women's diseases

In clinical trials, women remain underrepresented and female-specific diseases are only sporadically studied.
US President Joe Biden puts on a badge that reads "Regulate guns not women" during a campaign event at Pullman Yards in Atlanta in March. | Photo: Evelyn Hockstein
US President Joe Biden puts on a badge that reads "Regulate guns not women" during a campaign event at Pullman Yards in Atlanta in March. | Photo: Evelyn Hockstein

US President Joe Biden is pushing to expand research in women’s health, reports Reuters

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