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Reproductive Health Care via Telemedicine

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About Clue

Clue is a period tracking app, a trusted menstrual health resource, and a thought leader in femtech. By combining science and technology, we are actively changing the way people learn, access, and talk about menstrual and reproductive health around the world.

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About Clue

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Our app helps everyone who menstruates to understand their bodies - and to be empowered by that knowledge -- through every stage of life. We encourage individuals to use their own data when speaking to their providers about their health and constantly strive to make our app Clue inclusive, accessible, innovative, and enducational for all.

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A word from our CMO

At Clue we value the importance of recognizing the efforts of frontline clinicians who are risking their lives to care for people during the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize that the pandemic has placed strain on providers by causing pay cuts, furloughs, and layoffs.

In an effort to support providers during this time, we’re offering free continuing medical education credits toward your licensure. We have developed high-quality, culturally-relevant content that will help offset some of the costs associated with accumulating CME credits during this difficult time. At Clue we appreciate the work you do to take care of women and people with periods.

A word from our CMO

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Lynae Brayboy, MD, FACOG Clue's Chief Medical Officer

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Events

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July 06 - 09, 2021

SRI — 68th Annual Meeting

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May 23 - 25, 2021

ACNM 66th Annual Meeting & Exhibition

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April 12 - 14, 2021

NFPRHA’s 2021 National Conference

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April 30 - May 02, 2021

ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting

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October 13-17, 2020

The American Academy of Family Physicians FMX conference

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October 9-10, 2020

The Society for Family Planning

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Educational articles

Curated evidence-based patient information, free and available on helloclue.com

Publications

September 11, 2020

Mobile sex-tech apps: How use differs across global areas of high and low gender equality.

Amanda Gesselman, Anna Druet, Virginia J Vitzthum

Plos One

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May 14, 2020

Characterizing physiological and symptomatic variation in menstrual cycles using self-tracked mobile health data

Kathy Li, Inigo Urteaga, Chris H. Wiggins, Anna Druet, Amanda Shea, Virginia J Vitzthum, Noemie Elhadad

Nature Digital Medicine

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May 14, 2020

A Cross-Country Comparison of Reasons for Condom Use during Menses: Associations with Age and Gender Inequality

Cynthia A. Graham, Richard A. Crosby, Stephanie A. Sanders, Virginia J. Vitzthum, Robin R. Milhausen, William L. Yarber

International Journal of Sexual Health.

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May 14, 2020

Identifying women at risk for polycystic ovary syndrome using a mobile health application: a virtual tool functionality assessment

Erika Rodriguez, Daniel Thomas, Anna Druet, Marija Vlajic Wheeler, Kevin Lane, Shruthi Mahalingaiah

Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Top Publications

Clue has been prominently featured in

June 2020

Insider

The entrepreneur who coined the term 'FemTech' founded a period tracking app that's helping women understand and accept their bodies

Insider
June 2020

August 2020

Cosmopolitan

Why you should track your period to learn more about your body

Cosmopolitan
August 2020

October 2020

CNET

How period-tracking apps like Clue can help you understand your body better

CNET
October 2020

September 2020

Sifted

List: Europe’s top femtech startups 2020

Sifted
September 2020

March 2020

Financial Times

After years of neglect, femtech is getting a substantial investment

Financial Times
March 2020

September 2020

Business Insider

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100 people transforming business

Business Insider
September 2020

March 2019

Quartz

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Are fertility- and period-tracking apps feminist?

Quartz
March 2019

November 2019

Business Insider

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A study of 68,000 people determined what men and women look for most in a casual partner, and it's not intelligence or kindness

Business Insider
November 2019

June 2019

STAT

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This period-tracking app company is trying to help scientists study the effects of weather, seasons, and exercise on fertility

STAT
June 2019

July 2019

The Verge

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DATA FROM HEALTH APPS OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES AND OBSTACLES TO RESEARCHERS - Tons of information just waiting to be analyzed

The Verge
July 2019