Bush institute for women's health recognizes differences - San Angelo Standard-Times
The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health (LWBIWH) exists because "differences matter." While the LWBIWH was created as part of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, leaders including Dr. Marjorie Jenkins, the founding director, and Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance saw the wisdom of expanding its scope and mission. To that end, the leaders enlisted the support of Laura W. Bush, a native West Texan who has long been an advocate for women and health care.
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