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Femtech Could Be the Solution to Medicine’s Male Bias

Female engineers are building a new health care industry, but its future depends on mostly male investors

Illustration: Jenn Liv

CConsider the speculum. It’s hard to find a better symbol for how medicine regards female patients: with a cold, metal instrument that dates back to the 1840s. And while doctors use it to inspect…




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