Despite 2022’s headwinds, women’s health startups did better than ever before

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It’s been seven months since Roe vs. Wade was overturned, and the dust has barely begun to settle.
Politically, voters have expressed their overwhelming support for a person’s right to access abortion. Grassroots campaigns continue, and technology-wise, innovation in the wider women’s health sector is only gearing up.
But have things improved at all for the sector? Or has the souring of sentiment across the political spectrum only scared investors off? TechCrunch conducted a vibe check to see where this sector stands, and found a prevailing sense of guarded optimism.
For Oriana Papin-Zoghbi, C