Report finds mixed results from focus on women's health

09/27/2010 | HealthDay News

An Institute of Medicine report found lower disease rates and fewer deaths among women from heart disease, breast cancer, cervical cancer and several other major diseases as a result of expanded research on women's health issues in the U.S. However, little progress had been made in other women's health issues, such as dementia, unintended pregnancy and autoimmune disease, the report found.

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