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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/.

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