A Breast Surgeon's Comment on the New Screening Guidelines

by Alisan B. Goldfarb, M.D., F.A.C.S....more

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My Mammogram Story

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The Folly of Limited Screening for Breast Cancer

by the Medical Advisory Board of Women's Voices For Change...more

A Call to Gynecologists: Don't Let Menopausal Women Down

By Dr. Patricia Yarberry Allen The following post first appeared on Dr. Allen's Huffington Post blog, as an urgent message to her fellow physicians. -- Ed....more

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Ten Myths about "Bio-Identical" Hormones

by Lauren Streicher, M.D.Bioidentical is not a scientific term. It is a term made up by savvy market research gurus to describe certain plant-derived hormones distributed by compounding pharmacies. The use of the word” bioidentical” is brilliant....more

Heart to Heart: Women's Voices For Change

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September is Menopause Awareness Month

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Dr. Elizabeth Jelks on Eye Surgery and Dry Eyes

Dear Dr. Pat, I am 54 years old and want to have surgery to correct the droopy skin of my upper eyelids and the puffy bags of my lower eyelids. People who know me well tell me that I look tired all the time even though I sleep well and am fortunately in good health. I am, as so many of us are these days, in a competitive job market and can not afford to be thought of as “tired.” I understand that eyelid surgery can result in dry eye, and I really would not want that. What are the chances that I will have this problem? Sharon ...more
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