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Brazen founder Kirsten Karchmer releases “Seeing Red”: 
“More than 80 percent of young women suffer from menstrual pain and at least one in four experiences pain severe enough to require medication or regular absenteeism.”


Fertility startup Future Family launches Reciprocal IVF Program for lesbian and trans couples; Brazen CEO Kirsten Karchmer publishes “Seeing Red”, a new book, that addresses period shame and women’s health; ONC releases 5-year federal health IT roadmap; Google Health Exec David Feinberg defends ‘Project Nightingale’; New €80M digital health fund ‘heal capital’ to launch in Q1, Blossom Capital raises second 185M fund; Uber and Cerner partner to ease medical transportation; Modern Health raises $31M to offer mental health benefits; Teladoc Health absorbs fellow enterprise-focused telehealth provider InTouch Health for $600M

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