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In case you missed it: December 19 to December 23

Revisit the week’s top stories from Contemporary OB/GYN®.

Unplanned military pregnancies declining

The rate of unintended pregnancies throughout the US military declined significantly since 2005, according to a study published in Contraception.

Disparities in prenatal care linked to citizenship status and education level

While access to prenatal care did increase in states after Medicaid expansion, disparities persisted and even increased among Asian and Hispanic immigrant pregnant women, according to an analysis in JAMA Network Open.

OpGen announces positive topline clinical trial data for UTI panel

The precision medicine company announced successful completion of its Unyvero urinary tract infection (UTI) clinical trial with promising results and plans for submission to the FDA.

Recap on reproductive rights with David Hackney, MD, MS

In this episode of Pap Talk, we spoke with David Hackney, MD, MS, maternal-fetal medicine physician at Case Western University and chair of ACOG's Ohio chapter for a full recap of where restrictions on reproductive rights have been and where they're going.

2022: The year in headlines

Revisit the stories that landed on the front page of Contemporary OB/GYN® this year.

Bonus episode: Alternatives to hysterectomy & uterine-preserving options for fibroids, part 1

This is part 1 of a 2-part series. In this bonus episode of Pap Talk, get an exclusive recap of Kimberly Kho, MD's presentation at AAGL 2022 on alternatives to hysterectomy and uterine-preserving options for fibroids.

Bonus episode: Alternatives to hysterectomy & uterine-preserving options for fibroids, part 2

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 at AAGL 2022 on alternatives to hysterectomy and uterine-preserving options for fibroids.

Best of Practice Matters in 2022

Take a look back at the wise words, guidance and helpful advice of Practice Matters' columnists Brian K. Iriye, MD, and Jim Keller, MD.