Women's Health

Mapping women's health worldwide is key to gender equality

A healthcare worker checks the temperature of a woman during a coronavirus disease vaccination drive for workers on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India in April, 2021. Women's health and wellbeing was set back globally during the pandemic. Image:  REUTERS/Amit Dave

Stephen P. MacMillan

Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hologic, Inc.

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The vast majority of women have not been tested for cancer in the last 12 months, despite it killing 10 million people a year.
The vast majority of women have not been tested for cancer in the last 12 months, despite it killing 10 million people a year. Image: Hologic Global Women's Health Index 2020

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