It is apparent that American consumers have legitimate concerns about their sexual health and well-being and view this topic as part of their overall health care, industry sources told SN. For instance, the Women's Sexual Health Foundation, Cincinnati, formed four years ago as part of a grass-roots movement to make sexual health information available, has grown every year since, its founder and executive director, Lisa Martinez, said. “We co-sponsor an annual educational event in New York ...
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