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Women's health

Health disparities
Uneven access to uterine cancer treatment
Published Dec 18, 2015
Minimally invasive surgeries for uterine cancer have been slow to catch on / Hopkins Medicine
Mother love
Published Spring 2014 Photos
A Jhpiego program provides simple, lifesaving postpartum medication to women in South Sudan / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Johns Hopkins surgeons perform robotic hysterectomies
Published July 2013
Two Johns Hopkins gynecologic surgeons among first in the nation to perform robotic hysterectomy using single, small incision / Gazette
Tiny patients, big decisions
Published Summer 2013 Video
Parents of newborns in the NICU face tough decisions. Nursing alum Sara Rosenthal wants to make the process easier / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Predicting postpartum depression
Published June 2013
Researchers ID specific chemical alterations that can be detected in blood during pregnancy / Gazette
Study: OB/GYNs need menopause medicine training
Published June 2013
Many receive no formal curriculum or clinical experience focused on pre- and post-menopausal health, small study finds / Gazette
SPH to monitor family planning progress in developing nations
Published May 28, 2013
$15M Gates Foundation grant will support mobile device-based data collection system / School of Public Health
Katie Couric to headline women's health symposium
Published May 8, 2013
Cancer advocate, talk-show host will be keynote speaker at Nov. 16 event