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- Preventing prematurity: the importance of getting screened for Chlamydia
- Ther-Rx skips ACOG: the people have spoken. But can we do more?
- What does replacing the word retarded with intellectual disability accomplish?
- Cigna’s automatic denials: asshattery in action
- ACOG’s double standard on Makena: denouncing Ther-Rx but taking advertising dollars
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease that infects close to 3 million people in the United States each year. For women, chlamydia causes an inflammation of the cervix which often produces no symptoms. Unfortunately, the bacteria can make its way … Continue reading
I just returned from the annual conference of the American Congress of OB/GYN in Washington, DC. The first thing I did when I hit the exhibit hall was look for Ther-Rx and their display booth for Makena. I wanted to … Continue reading