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  9.                <title>Opinion: Why menstrual leave could be bad for women</title>
  10.                <description>Spain recently adopted a menstrual leave policy, which makes additional (paid or unpaid) days off work available to &quot;only and all cisgender women.&quot;</description>
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  25.                <title>Female menstrual cycle in a dish</title>
  26.                <description>Northwestern Medicine has developed a miniature female reproductive tract that fits in the palm of your hand and could eventually change the future of research and treatment of diseases in women's reproductive organs.</description>
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  34.                <description>( —A team of researchers headed by Professor Raffaele Mezzenga has created a hybrid material out of gold and milk proteins that looks like a wafer-thin gold leaf. Thanks to its properties, it could be used in a vast range of applications from gastronomy to the jewellery industry.</description>
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