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The funding generated by membership is not always sufficient to provide the resources needed to maximise education on women’s health and therefore the financial contribution made by corporate sponsors supports the yearly educational programme to be accessible to all its members. However, the PCWHF has a policy of being transparent regarding funding received from the pharmaceutical industry.
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