The events of September 11 have heightened the need for disaster-planning in the health-care setting. Because women are among those most vulnerable to the health impact of disasters, ob/gyns have a unique responsibility to be prepared for the worst.
Harnessing AI computer vision for enhanced HIV self-testing quality
Recent research suggests AI computer vision technology could bolster the accuracy of HIV self-testing, potentially advancing HIV service accessibility and acceptance to meet Sustainable Development Goals.
How Individually Identifying More HPV Types Enables Better Patient Management and More Precise Care
Alabama Supreme Court ruling halts IVF treatment at UAB
Following a landmark decision regarding the status of embryos, the University of Alabama at Birmingham has suspended in vitro fertilization services, sparking concerns over reproductive rights and health care access as experts grapple with the legal aftermath.
The Importance of Including Hemoglobinopathies as a Part of Carrier Screening Panels
Assessing Onclarity HPV assay safety and efficacy for cervical cancer screening
A recent study evaluated the safety and effectiveness of the Onclarity HPV assay in detecting high-grade cervical disease, presenting findings on its comparability to predicate assays and potential for cost-saving benefits in screening practices.
Open vs minimally invasive hysterectomy outcomes with enhanced recovery after surgery
Discover how immediate postoperative symptom burden varies between open and minimally invasive hysterectomies under enhanced recovery after surgery protocols, shedding light on recovery disparities in gynecologic surgery.
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