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Clinical research about women's health has flourished over the past decade. The US Public Health Service report on women's health represented a concerted effort to identify the field of women's health as one that extended beyond reproductive health. The Congressional Women's Caucus prompted the General Accounting Office report about National Institutes of Health (NIH) research that revealed a disproportionate emphasis on research that was either focused on men or was gender-neutral. With the development of the Office of Women's Health Research at NIH in 1991 and the publication of the first women's Health research agenda, we saw the beginning of a revolution in women's health research.