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Women’s Health 2013: A Year in Review

CDC published evidence-based research, conducted disease surveillance, released recommendations and guidelines, launched a new health campaign, developed tools and resources, and continued programs across the country.

Here are a few of the contributions CDC made to women's health in 2013:

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