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SOURCE FemmePharma

WAYNE, Pa., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, FemmePharma, the pharmaceutical development company specializing in women friendly products, introduces FemmePharma Consumer Healthcare with the launch of www.FemmePharmaForYou.com.

"Almost ten years ago, we launched FemmePharma to develop innovative therapeutics for women in areas of high unmet medical need that profoundly impact a woman's quality of life," says founder Gerianne Tringali DiPianoFemmePharmaForYou is a convenient site where women can find over-the-counter products specifically designed for them that contribute to their health while minimizing or eliminating unpleasant side effects.

Initially FemmePharma is offering nutritional support products as well as post-surgical devices for women who have undergone chest or breast surgery.  "We're committed to broadening the range of options for women," DiPiano says.  "Conventional approaches may be fine but now women aren't limited to only those choices when making decisions that affect their health." 

Available now are FemmePharma Whey products, protein powder that can be mixed with water and/or milk, added to fruit smoothies or sprinkled over cereal or desserts.  "Needing additional sources of protein is not uncommon for women whether its after surgery, during cancer treatment or just to keep their energy levels up to meet the demands of daily living," DiPiano points out.

In addition, FemmePharmaForYou.com will offer two of the largest breast care brands in the world with a specific focus on products suited for women who have been affected by chest or breast surgery including recovery garments.

As part of its mission, FemmePharma continues its commitment to developing women-specific products and therefore a portion of each website sale will be invested in the development of new opportunities, education and support of women.

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