NWHN in the News
In 2023, the NWHN was covered in major news outlets like the New York Times, Newsweek, The Hill, AP News, and National Geographic Science. We also worked closely with congressional offices to raise awareness about important bills making their way through congress.
In 2022, the Network was cited in the media 8% more often than in 2021 in publications like Time, Vice, Politico, The Wall Street Journal, and more. Read on for the best of our contributions to national news and thought leadership in 2022.
National Women’s Health Network media highlights, mentions and more in 2021.
National Women’s Health Network media highlights, mentions and more in 2020.
NWHN Policy Advocacy Director, Sarah Christopherson, is quoted about forced sterilization in an ICE facility: “These unnecessary medical procedures seem clearly designed to rob these women of their ability to get pregnant and have children.”
NWHN Executive Director Cynthia Pearson is quoted in an article discussing the silence of patient advocacy groups in regards to high drug prices.
The NWHN’s M. Isabelle Chaudry is featured in an NBC Nightly News clip giving a statement in a public meeting at the FDA on testing for asbestos in talc.
The NWHN’s Founder Barbara Seaman is recognized for her work with the National Women’s Health Network, which Seaman cofounded, the effects of drugs on women are better understood and shared, and living while female is no longer considered a pathology.
The NWHN is making an impact in black and white! Scroll through to see some of our in-print mentions and contributions.
Highlights – 2018 Medscape December 2018 | Medscape cites the USA Today article in which Director Cindy Pearson discusses investigations into maternal mortality. Los Angeles Review Of Books December 2018 | LARB reviews A Politically Incorrect Feminist, a memoir written by one of the…