This week is National Women’s Health week1 and is dedicated to women to focus on their health and take steps to improve it. As Women’s Health week traditionally starts on Mother’s Day, we tend to focus primarily on Reproductive Health but it is important to look at the complete picture as some women encounter various conditions and treatments prior to starting a family. Women’s health encompasses things like fertility, pregnancy, infections, cancer, but also many underlying health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular or respiratory conditions. Many of women’s health problems can be diagnosed by using advanced testing methods. As the technology develops and becomes more complex, ensuring the best performance of the tests is even more critical. With better testing, it is possible to improve outcomes for women around the world.