VMS symptoms and cardiovascular implications


Rebecca Thurston, PhD, sits down to discuss her research presented at the NAMS Annual Meeting on vasomotor symptoms and cardiovascular health.

In an exclusive video interview, Rebecca Thurston, PhD, sits down with Contemporary OB/GYN® Managing Editor Morgan Petronelli to discuss her presentations from the North American Menopause Society's (NAMS) Annual Meeting held recently in Atlanta, Georgia, from October 12-15.

Thurston is the chair of the Pittsburgh Foundation; a professor of psychiatry, psychology, and epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh where she directs the Women's Behavioral Health program; and is the NAMS 2022 Scientific program chair.

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