ARPA-H commits $100M to accelerate women’s health research

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As part of the White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research, the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health has established the ARPA-H Sprint for Women’s Health, which commits $100 million towards transformative research and development in women’s health (The Cancer Letter, Nov 17, 2023). 

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