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Study examines switching intentions in contraception use

March 01, 2021

When it comes to willingness to switch contraception method, a team of researchers has looked into whether method type, satisfaction with use, and confidence in correct use were independently associated with switching intentions.

Clinico-pathological assessment of post-cesarean section abdominal wall endometriosis

February 25, 2021

A study of 30 women who had their post-cesarean section abdominal wall endometriomas (AWE) surgically removed found that the main symptom for detection and for surgery in two-thirds of cases was cyclic pain, whereas 13.3% of patients had no symptoms.

Expanding scope of noninvasive prenatal testing

February 23, 2021

“Our results can further inform the debate on the future uses of NIPT and future policy of its implementation,” said co-principal investigator Hazar Haidar, PhD, a lecturer in bioethics at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montréal, Canada.