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FP, Fertility Preservation May Be Safe, Helpful for a Successful Pregnancy in Women with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Fertility Preservation May Be Safe, Helpful for a Successful Pregnancy in Women with a...

A study evaluated the safety and efficacy of fertility preservation (FP) among women who received a breast cancer diagnosis. The researchers concluded that FP...
Orthopedic Surgery's Diversity Problem: Most Arthroplasty Researchers Are Men

Orthopedic Surgery’s Diversity Problem: Most Arthroplasty Researchers Are Men

Despite efforts to improve diversity in orthopedic surgery, a study found that authors with high arthroplasty publication volume are still almost entirely male. Orthopedic surgery...
How Does Preventative Oophorectomy Affect Bone Health?

Strategies Needed to Mitigate Osteoporosis Risk in Women with Gynecologic Cancers

A study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology Science found that bone mineral density (BMD) was significantly lower in women with cervical and ovarian cancer...
vitamin, vitamins, Rheum Round-up: Interviews with Authors of ‘Untold Stories’ of Female Surgeons, and more

Rheum Round-up: Interviews with Authors of ‘Untold Stories’ of Female Surgeons, and more

Here are the top stories recently covered by DocWire News in the rheumatology section. In this edition, read two interviews with the authors of...
‘The Whispers Are True’: Study Finds Women’s Interprofessional Conflicts Are Real, Says Author

‘The Whispers Are True’: Study Finds Women’s Interprofessional Conflicts Are Real, Says Author

DocWire News recently covered a study published in JAMA Network Open, “Women Surgeons’ Experiences of Interprofessional Workplace Conflict.” The study has garnered attention on...
#WhyIWasWrittenUp: Women Surgeons Facing Interprofessional Conflict At Work Is ‘Not Surprising, But Troubling’ Says Lead Author

#WhyIWasWrittenUp: Women Surgeons Facing Interprofessional Conflict At Work Is ‘Not Surprising, But Troubling’ Says...

DocWire News recently covered a study published in JAMA Network Open, “Women Surgeons’ Experiences of Interprofessional Workplace Conflict.” The study has garnered attention on...

People of Color, and Women Remain Significantly Underrepresented in Cardiovascular Healthcare

There exist significant inequalities in cardiology, where African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans combined make up only 8% of practicing cardiologists, according to a...

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