Breast cancer resource from ACOG An ob/gyn may be the first physician to detect a woman's breast cancer-and often goes on to monitor and coordinate her care with other physicians. A helpful resource now available from ACOG is the latest in its series Clinical Updates in Women's Health Care. Written by a gynecologic oncologist, Mary L. Gemignani, MD, the monograph, Breast Cancer: Treatment and Continuing Care (CU014) includes information about therapy and posttreatment follow-up care. For more information on subscription rates for ACOG members and nonmembers, visit the Web site http:// http://www.clinicalupdates.org/.
The product, a preparation of naturally derived gonadotropins, was shown in clinical studies to be equally effective as recombinant FSH, while producing fewer injection site reactions than the currently available hMG. It contains equal amounts of FSH and LH.