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Cindy Whitehead is a leading women's health advocate and entrepreneur. With a 22-year track record in healthcare, Whitehead is best known for building and selling pharmaceutical businesses that deliver industry record-setting returns. She co-founded and last served as CEO for Sprout Pharmaceuticals. In 2015, the company broke through with the first ever FDA-approved drug, Addyi, for low sexual desire in women - dubbed "female Viagra" by the media. Sprout was sold for a $1B upfront payment. Cindy previously co-founded, led operations and successfully sold Slate Pharmaceuticals, which commercialized the first FDA approved long acting testosterone in the field of sexual medicine.
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