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"If a man had an organ falling out of him it would be a medical emergency"

Conversations about women's health are becoming more mainstream, but reports of women being misdi...

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08.53 4 Jul 2021


"If a man had an organ falling out of him it would be a medical emergency"


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08.53 4 Jul 2021


Conversations about women's health are becoming more mainstream, but reports of women being misdiagnosed and poorly treated by doctors continue.

Writers, Jeanne Sutton, and Linnea Dunne, and Dr Laura Durcan, Consultant at Beaumont Hospital joined us on the programme.

Together, they discussed the big issues for women, and what needs to change.

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