Women First HealthCare to Present at Bear Stearns 15th Annual Healthcare Conference

San Diego, California, UNITED STATES

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 5, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Women First HealthCare, Inc. (Nasdaq:WFHC) today announced that Edward F. Calesa, chairman, president and CEO, will be presenting at Bear Stearns 15th Annual Healthcare Conference on Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 9:00 AM Eastern Time (6:00 AM Pacific Time) at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. The presentation may include forward-looking information.

A webcast of Mr. Calesa's live presentation (audio with slides) at the conference will be available to all interested parties through the Company's womenfirst.com web site, Investor Relations, Interviews/Presentations area at:


Listeners to the live webcast are encouraged to visit the above web site at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the scheduled presentation to register and to download and install any necessary audio software. Free downloads of required software plug-ins (Windows Media Player or RealPlayer) are available on the above Interviews/Presentations link. Windows Media Player is recommended for optimal compatibility.

After the Conference, Mr. Calesa's webcast presentation will be archived for on-demand viewing on womenfirst.com for 90 days. The archived version will also include a dial-in telephone number listed with the presentation for viewers without computer speakers or multimedia streaming capabilities.

About Women First HealthCare, Inc.

Women First HealthCare, Inc. (Nasdaq:WFHC) is a San Diego-based specialty pharmaceutical company. Founded in 1996, its mission is to help midlife women make informed choices regarding their health care and to provide pharmaceutical products -- the Company's primary emphasis -- and lifestyle products to meet their needs. Women First HealthCare is specifically targeted to women age 40+ and their clinicians. Further information about Women First HealthCare can be found online at www.womenfirst.com, About Us and Investor Relations.



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