Period-Tracking Apps Should Safeguard Data, Reassure Customers In Post-Roe Era
Nixon Gwilt Law attorney Bethany Corbin spoke with Medtech Insight about key action steps developers of period-tracking apps can take to ensure that sensitive health data remain safe and private.
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