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.

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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.

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