Black Women’s Health Problems During Menopause Haven’t Been A Focus Of Medicine.  Experts and Activists Want to Change That.

Black Women’s Health Problems During Menopause Haven’t Been A Focus Of Medicine. Experts and Activists Want to Change That.

Media Coverage

The Washington Post
March 9, 2021

Information on the HealthyWomen menopause webinar series was included in this article focusing on menopause and Black women. Omisade Burney-Scott and HealthyWomen Women's Health Advisory Council member Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, who both appeared as panelists on the webinar, were interviewed and quoted throughout the article.

Read the article here.

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