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Why is women’s sexual health so understudied?

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When it comes to medical research and innovation, men’s health has long gotten more attention than women’s health. Even with improvements over the last 30 years, women’s sexual health remains vastly underrepresented. Dr. Rachel Rubin, urologist and sexual health expert, and Rachel Gross, science journalist and author of “Vagina Obscura,” join Ali Rogin to discuss.

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