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VINAZINE

In VINAZINE, Dr. Sophia Yen discusses how Pandia Health's services provide confidentiality, access, and education to women. She also addresses dealing with failures and dealing with work-life balance!

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BuzzFeed

Dr. Sophia Yen answers birth control questions women are too scared to ask their own doctor. This includes infertility, large penises affecting IUDs, birth control effectiveness, acne and more.

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CNN Business

"This startup brings birth control to your doorstep with or without insurance" says Parija Kavilanz of CNN Business about Pandia Health, birth control delivery.

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HERMONEY

Our CEO / Co-Founder Dr. Sophia Yen says “Somehow a 70-year-old man’s need for an erection was more important than the young woman who didn’t want to get pregnant” in a HERMONEY feature on male contraception.

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Glamour

" In a 2018 survey conducted by Pandia Health, 57 percent of women ages 18 to 30 said they would "turn off" their period if they knew it was safe." CEO and Co-Founder of Pandia Health, Dr. Sophia Yen, discusses #PeriodsOptional and the invention of Birth Control pill in Glamour.

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Forbes

Forbes.com featured Pandia Health as one of the companies bringing in “The New Year Of Optimism For Femtech.”

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Health.com

Health.com and Dr. Sophia Yen, CEO/Founder of Pandia Health, Birth Control Delivery dispels the top myths about Birth Control including - does it make you gain weight? is it ok to skip periods? do birth control pills cause infertility?

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Bazaar

Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen is featured in Harper's Bazaar's list of "Three Women in Science Who Broke the Glass Ceiling"

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Ms. Magazine

Ms. Magazine interviewed Dr. Sophia Yen about Pandia Health, providing “Low-Cost Birth Control By Mail: Signed, Sealed, Delivered, It’s Yours”

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Bustle

Bustle selected Pandia Health’s CEO as one of the “Nine Women Entrepreneurs To Keep An Eye Out For In 2017”

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Forbes

Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder was featured in Forbes' list of the 10 Top Female Founded Tech Startups.

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Dr. Wendy Walsh on iHeartRADIO

ON the Dr. Wendy Walsh on iHeartRADIO, Dr. Sophia Yen CEO and Co-Founder of Pandia Health talks about revolutionizing birth control prescriptions and #PeriodsOptional.

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SiliconANGLE

Pandia is covered by SiliconANGLE on our ability to deliver convenience and care. Watch the interview of our CEO – Dr. Sophia Yen.

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NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com included Pandia Health in its article on breaking cultural barriers to reproductive health and birth control. Look for us!

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San Jose Mercury News

San Jose Mercury News covers Pandia Health, a bay area startup bringing birth control to your doorstep with or without insurance.

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MIT Technology Review

MIT Technology Review picked up on the work that their alumnus Dr. Sophia Yen is doing with Pandia Health to provide better access to birth control.

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The What

The What featured CEO Dr. Sophia Yen as their Friend of the Week. Learn what drives her to make Pandia Health the company by women for women, decreasing stress in our lives.

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Women’s Media Center Live

Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan interviewed Pandia CEO Dr. Sophia Yen in her radio talk show #185 released on Oct 30, 2016. Start listening at 11:40.

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Yahoo.com

Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, participated in a ground-breaking campaign by skin-care giant Perricone MD called Born Seekers, alongside female scientists, including therapist Hadia Zarzour and geneticist Yael Joffe.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review

Stanford Social Innovation Review spoke to Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, about the future of Reproductive Health Care and how Pandia Health is making a difference in the space.

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Popsugar

POPSUGAR featured Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, in their article about the potential side effects of Plan B.

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NBC News

Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, shares her opinion on Trump's new abortion rule in this NBC News Article.

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7x7

See why Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, was featured in 7x7's "The Hot 20: Cast of Perennial Bay Area Innovators".

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Forbes

Dr. Sophia Yen gives her take on "Why 2018 is the Year to Take Action" against sexual assault in this Forbes Article.

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FPA Category Winner Spotlight

FPA Category Winner Spotlight: An Interview with Sophia Yen, MD, MPH.

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Popsugar

In this POPSUGAR article, Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Sophia Yen, explains how women can take control of their periods with birth control.

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Bustle

Dr. Sophia Yen shares her expert medical advice regarding signs that your menstrual pain is or is not normal.

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MIT News

MIT News shares this profile on Dr. Sophia Yen and her mission in founding Pandia Health.

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Silicon Valley Business Journal

Silicon Valley Business Journal shares the story of how and why Dr. Sophia Yen founded Pandia Health.

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University of California

Pandia Health CEO and Co-Founder makes it to the finals in the University of California “I am a UC Entrepreneur” contest for alumni.

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Perricone MD Blog

Perricone MD sits down with Pandia Health's CEO & Co-Founder Dr. Sophia Yen. Dr. Yen encourages young people interested in medicine to break through the glass ceiling with persistence and questioning the status quo.

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Imagine Human Podcast with Morgan Moncada - Raising Half The Sky

Imagine Human Podcast with Morgan Moncada - Raising Half The Sky: Pandia Health is a Stanford-backed startup focused on improving women's health through products and services. Their first offering is a monthly birth control subscription with a doctor's prescription and delivery direct to your door available via a mobile app. Sophia believes this topic involves more than just women's reproductive equality, but also women's health and resulting ability to perform to their highest potential. She describes the health implications of periods on women including higher risk for certain forms of cancer. She also discusses the immense social impact monthly periods have on women's ability to succeed academically and in the workplace compared to their male peers, indicating that giving women the choice to control this factor of their health is tantamount to raising half the sky.

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