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November-December 2004

Patients unaware of heart disease risks; 2005 ACM: San Francisco here we come Timely information that's important to you and your practice. Published by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Volume 48 Issue 10 November/December 2004 Fighting against a silent killer Patients ...

November 2004

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October 2004

ACOG task force releases hormone therapy guide; Mammograms saving lives, but disparities still exist Timely information that's important to you and your practice. Published by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Volume 48 Issue 9 October 2004 A comprehensive guide on how to ...

October 2004

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September 2004

ACOG helps pregnant women say no to smoking; Can we talk? Speaking about weight with your patients Timely Information that's important to you and your practice. You don’t smoke, do you?” Let’s try that again. Rather than asking a pregnant patient, “You don’t smoke...

September 2004

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August 2004

New campaign encourages women to breastfeed; A crisis hitting America’s waistline ACOG Today Volume 48 Issue 7 August 2004 New campaign encourages women to breastfeed “Babies Were Born to be Breastfed.” Breastfeeding advocates are hoping that that message becomes as familiar to Am...

August 2004

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July 2004

New president calls on Fellows to embrace Women’s Health Bill of Rights; In the city where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were created, ACOG President Vivian M. Dickerson, MD, proposed a new “bill of rights” during her inaugural address at ACOG’s Ann...

July 2004

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May-June 2004

Week calls attention to plight of uninsured; Latest ACOG survey develops a profi le of Fellows’ practices continued on page 10 Cover the Uninsured Week: May 10–16 Week calls attention to plight of uninsured More women than men choosing ob-gyn profession Latest ACOG survey develops a prof...

May 2004

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April 2004

Prenatal ultrasound portrait studios find market niche; Join colleagues at the ACM in Philadelphia Commercial studios offering ultrasound videos of the fetus are proliferating, despite objections from the medical community. Expectant parents are happy to pay $125 to $250 for a package that typi...

April 2004

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March 2004

More ob-gyns changing practice because of liability insurance rates, fear of claims; March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month Results are in from AC OG’s latest professional liability surve y, covering the period 1999– 2003. “The survey doesn’t have any big su...

March 2004

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February 2004

Medical liability reform: The future of our specialty rests with us By John M. Gibbons Jr, MD ACOG President As 2004 begins, we are confronted with a predicament that few of us would have imagined. The medical liability crisis gets worse by the minute, threatening not only today’s o...

February 2004

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January 2004

Putting new Pap test guidelines into practice; New Green Journal website offers exceptional online services January 2004 > page 1 New cervical cancer screening recommendations present a challenge to ob-gyns—understanding, implementing, and perhaps most daunting of all—explaining...

January 2004

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