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Book Club! Doing Harm by Maya Dusenbery
Are women included in clinical trials? Do some well-known diseases impact women differently than men, as shown by research? Are the diseases that affect women the most being studied? And is women's health more encompassing than just "bikini focus" diseases? Maya Dusenbery addresses all of these in _Doing Harm_. As always, you do not have to have finished the book to attend our meetup. We might refer to a questions provided at or • What to bring We will start off with our usual go-around-the room tradition of "what is the best/worst thing that happened/will happen to me in my private/personal life during the last/next month?" That's 8 things, and maybe give them some thought prior to our meeting. P.S. It's always nice to get a visit from the refreshment fairy. Directions to Momentum are here: The instructions posted at the link are very important. Please visit the handout from Momentum Learn. As for any Data + Women + Triangle meeting, attendees have the option of getting listed on the monthly QUICK LIST ( (which is distributed to our 250+ members) under any of the following headers: • looking for an opportunity • have an opportunity • congratulations on that new job or certification • have new public content • points for meeting up on your own • really looking for a partner for a presentation someday • earnest pleas from members to other members

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Data + Women + Triangle ( builds relationships among women in analytics, statistics, and data science in the Triangle of NC (we call these women data scientistas) through the scientistas themselves teaching one another about data and sharing their enthusiasm in various casual and collaborative formats. Watch our two-minute video. (

The scientistas are a community and network of women in the Triangle of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) seeking to foster discussions of unique to analytical women that will ultimately lead to efforts that empower women in the data industry through tangible initiatives. Scientistas can increase their career karma through choosing an Opportunity for Connection (

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