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Notice to Readers: The Changing Face of Women's Health Exhibit at CDC, January 22--April 6, 2007

The Global Health Odyssey, located in the Tom Harkin Global Communications Center on CDC's Roybal Campus, invites visitors to The Changing Face of Women's Health exhibit, on display from January 22 to April 6, 2007. This interactive health exhibit provides the latest scientific information on women's health and illustrates both the advances made in women's health care and the challenges facing women's health today.

The exhibit is divided into four categories: detection, prevention, risk, and control. It includes several hands-on activities to engage, entertain, and appeal to both male and female visitors, young and old. A resource center will be available for further research, including a library of printed materials, Internet access, video presentations, and take-home materials.

The Changing Face of Women's Health was created by the National Health Sciences Consortium. Funding was provided by CDC, National Institutes of Health, MetLife Foundation, and Pfizer Women's Health.

A preview of the exhibit is available at Global Health Odyssey visitor information is available online at, by telephone at 404-629-0830, or by e-mail at Women's health information from CDC is available at

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Date last reviewed: 1/17/2007


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