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Harris Poll study from BD reveals knowledge gap and inequity in HPV screening and cervical cancerJanuary 20th 2023
Jeff Andrews, MD, ob-gyn and vice president of Medical Affairs at BD, sits with Contemporary OB/GYN® to discuss the findings from a survey by the Harris Poll regarding HPV and cervical cancer screening.
Alabama attorney general steps back on abortion pill prosecution statementJanuary 16th 2023
Alabama’s attorney general retracted comments he made last week suggesting criminal prosecution for women taking abortion pills for pregnancy termination. He is now saying that only providers who prescribe the pills could be prosecuted.
Can prenatal and infant exposure to acid-suppressive medications lead to a risk of allergic diseases?January 11th 2023
A study in JAMA Pediatrics explored the possibility of prenatal and infant exposure to acid-suppressive medication (ASM) and increased risk of allergic diseases in children.
Abnormal uterine bleeding patterns detected among women with obesity, hyper- and hypothyroidism, endometriosis in Apple Women’s Health StudyJanuary 11th 2023
In an effort to identify abnormal bleeding patterns and their prevalence and confirm existing and expected associations, a study was conducted as part of Apple’s larger Women’s Health Study.
Restrictions on reproductive rights with David Hackney, MD, MSDecember 28th 2022
Hear from David Hackney, MD, MS, maternal-fetal medicine physician at Case Western Reserve University and chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Ohio chapter, as he recaps the restrictions on reproductive rights from a ground-floor perspective.
Bonus episode: Alternatives to hysterectomy & uterine-preserving options for fibroids, part 2December 22nd 2022
This is part 2 of a 2-part series. In this bonus episode of Pap Talk, get an exclusive recap of Kimberly Kho, MD's presentation from AAGL 2022 on alternatives to hysterectomy and uterine-preserving options for fibroids.