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Apple Announces New Women's Health Study

Apple Announces New Women's Health Study

By Stacey Feintuch

Created: 09/12/2019
Last Updated: 09/12/2019

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There really is an app for everything. —in partnership with the and the — will conduct a long-term study of boutron. The collaboration will allow researchers to study conditions including pregnancy, infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), menopausal transition, and osteoporosis. The app will help users participate in the study and will be a free download offered later this year.

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