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Columbia Women's Health
The Columbia University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology advances women’s health through its education, research, and clinical care programs.
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Dr. Eric J. Forman 10h
Have we come full circle with treatment? asks Dr. Rogerio Lobo at Brilliant review of the current evidence & future directions. More doctors should consider early use of estrogen therapy.
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“The womb is an influential first home, as important as the one a child is raised in." Dr. Catherine Monk talks to about the impact that physical or mental can have during
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Paula C. Brady, M.D. Oct 14
Thrilled to be at the 75th annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine conference with much of the crew and many old friends and colleagues!
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 14
Coming to Oct. 18? Join Dr. Catherine Monk at for her session on Women's !
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Dr. Eric J. Forman Oct 12
Amazing first day of annual meeting pre-congress course on preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy. I gave two lectures to a full audience and participated in a stimulating panel question and…
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Sonia Tolani MD Oct 12
Thanks to for a great program and the opportunity to talk about in (and for allowing my 6yo assistant to attend) Take home is a team approach at centers like our Mothers Center
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 11
Pediatric & adolescent specialist, Dr. Beth Rackow, spoke to about the link between oral contraceptives and in .
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Paula C. Brady, M.D. Oct 10
“The loneliest experience that millions of women have faced” Pregnancy loss takes so many shapes and forms, but the bottom line is: It’s so much more common than most realize & the growing dialogue is vital.
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Dara Matseoane Oct 10
The current healthcare policy climate is not optimal for realizing the goal of comprehensive healthcare for women of childbearing age. Thanks for sharing the evidence this morning at and getting us thinking about the way forward.
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Columbia Medicine Oct 10
. reproductive endocrinology and fertility chief Dr. Zev Williams says team is at the forefront of technologies to improve the safety and cost-effectiveness of and help women have healthy children. CC:
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 10
Thank you Dr. for joining us at to discuss health for women. Such an important topic as we advocate for expansion, improved & outcomes, & comprehensive care for women.
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Dr. Sarp Aksel Oct 10
Wondering what are the latest/greatest in techniques for dealing w/ pesky fibroids? Don’t miss ’s lecture — including a live on-stage — at on Fri Oct 18!
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NewYork-Presbyterian Oct 9
A diagnosis of metastatic hasn’t stopped Renée Seman from running marathons around the world. See how her care team at / and helped her cross each finish line:
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 9
Coming to Oct. 18? Join at for his session on strategies for management, including a live on-stage demonstration!
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Cynthia Gyamfi, MD Oct 8
Thanks, ! It’s season, everyone. Time to get your , especially in . Don’t forget too
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 8
Chief of Dr. Zev Williams spoke to about their latest innovation, the , which allows parents-to-be to check on their and .
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Mary Rosser Oct 8
Physician Wellness is a top priority for . In 2 weeks, Dr Paul Burcher will discuss overcoming and preventing burnout in ObGyn. Interested in attending? Please register here:
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Columbia Women's Health Oct 6
Replying to @caitlinlaughney
Agree! Not sure what the providers at student services do - worth a discussion!
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Dr. Eric J. Forman Oct 5
Many patients express concerns about the status of their frozen eggs and embryos. At we’ve launched a web site where patients can check in on the most recent temperature reading from the tank…
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Cynthia Gyamfi, MD Oct 4
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