Women have been woefully neglected’: does medical science have a gender problem?

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Women have been woefully neglected’: does medical science have a gender problem?
“Women’s symptoms are ignored and their health problems are under-researched. What’s going wrong?”

Womens´health facts https://www.echn.org/globalassets/echn/collateral/fact-sheets/echn-women-health-fact-sheet.pdf
“DID YOU KNOW? Women experience depression twice as often as men. Irritable bowel syndrome affects twice as many women as men, while gastro-esophageal reflux occurs in two thirds of all pregnant women. Women are at greater risk for health problems like osteoporosis and breast disease.”

Make 2023 the year of prioritizing women’s health https://www.statnews.com/2023/01/22/make-2023-the-year-of-prioritizing-womens-health/

“ .. Looking forward, I believe that 2023 may become a watershed year that will further move the needle on women’s health and health care. With women making up more than half of the U.S. population, it’s time for women’s health to be considered more than a niche market. Women’s health covers so much more than just reproductive health, but for too long it’s been looked at that way. The ability to make real progress hinges on health care leaders leaning in — to listen to women, to identify their challenges and address them in meaningful ways, and to invest in women and women entrepreneurs.”

Why improving women’s health must become a social and national priority https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2023/03/why-improving-women-s-health-must-become-a-social-and-national-priority/

6 Priorities for women and health https://www.who.int/news-room/spotlight/6-priorities-for-women-and-health

It’s time to make women’s health a priority https://www.northwell.edu/katz-institute-for-womens-health/articles/womens-health-is-a-priority

Women’s health WHO https://www.who.int/health-topics/women-s-health

More is to come as well as elaborations of the above …