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Susan C. Olmstead



Ms. Olmstead is the Editorial Director of Contemporary OB/GYN.


Is cervical insufficiency a true diagnosis?

May 12, 2017

A debate at ACOG 2017 looks at whether cervical insufficiency should be abandoned as a diagnosis. Plus: A study presented at ACOG 2017 examines whether human papillomavirus is linked to preterm birth?

Large study of maternal alloimmunization yields a surprise

September 21, 2016

Relative risk of stillbirth and preterm birth associated with less well-known antibodies was of similar magnitude to that found for anti-D.

AAGL Stump the Professors: 1 win and 1 loss

November 14, 2013

Panelists Leila V. Adamyan, MD, Alan H. DeCherney, MD, and Linda M. Nicoll, MD, went 1 for 2 during the “Stump the Professors” session at the 42nd AAGL Global Congress on Minimally Invasive Gynecology in Washington, DC.

Causes of miscarriage commonly misunderstood

November 01, 2013

A new survey reveals that the public is misinformed about the causes and prevalence of miscarriage.

A little exercise better than none for overweight postmenopausal women

November 01, 2013

Women should not feel that they need to log long hours of vigorous exercise to see any benefits, says a study from Spain.