McKinsey: ‘Women’s Healthcare Neglected for Decades’

McKinsey research dispels many of the myths that surround women’s health, and it also suggests ways to significantly improve outcomes, both for women’s health and the economy. McKinsey points out that because it has only been since the 1990s that women participated in clinical trials at scale the research on women’s health is lacking. Lucy Pérez is an Affiliated Leader of the McKinsey Health Institute (MHI) and a senior partner in the Boston office. Perez was recently interviewed about problems and solutions around women’s health as part of a series of McKinsey healthcare podcasts. The following is an edited extract.

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