Women’s health e-brief March 2013
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      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is our nation’s health protection agency. CDC tracks diseases, researches outbreaks, and responds to emergencies of all kinds; working with health agencies, local and state governments, communities, academia, professional organizations, and other partners to better understand and improve population health, at every stage of life. Our scientists and disease detectives work 24/7 all around the world.

      This e-brief highlights select CDC contributions to the health of women in 2012. Many of CDC’s programs and activities that focused exclusively on women’s health, or had significant implications for women, fall into three overarching agency priorities, including: strengthening the public health system; health security at home and abroad; and, collaboration between public health and health care.

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