Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 15th, 2005
"The concept of women's health is tethered strongly to reproductive health. At present, international attention and resources are focused on obstetric events and, recently, HIV/AIDS because of the significance of these problems in the least developed nations," stated investigators in the United States.
According to S.U. Raymond and colleagues, "This limited concept of women's health, however, is decreasingly relevant to the global community, and needs to be revisited in the light of decreasing fertility and increasing life expectancy in many...
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