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What Doctors Don’t Know About Menopause

What Doctors Don’t Know About Menopause

Nearly a third of women in the US have been through menopause, but most medical schools and residency programs don’t teach their doctors-in-training about it. “Menopause is as different from obstetrics as surgery is from pediatrics,” says James Woods, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and Editor-in-Chief of periFACTS OB/GYN Academy.

Press Release: New Book by UR Medicine Gynecologist, Wilmot Experts Explores Menopause and Breast Cancer

Press Release: New Book by UR Medicine Gynecologist, Wilmot Experts Explores Menopause and Breast Cancer

New Book by UR Medicine Gynecologist, Wilmot Experts Explores Menopause and Breast Cancer.

Living with the Challenges of Breast Cancer and Menopause

Living with the Challenges of Breast Cancer and Menopause

We are excited to announce the launch of our newest addition to The Little Book of Menopause book series addressing Living with the Challenges of Breast Cancer.

The Little Book of Menopause Expanded Edition

The Little Book of Menopause Expanded Edition

Now Available! The Little Book of Menopause Expanded Edition!

From Menarche to Menopause: The Story of Progesterone

From Menarche to Menopause: The Story of Progesterone

The hormone progesterone frequently is discussed with regard to menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, and contraception during reproductive years or in the context of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with estrogen in menopause. Women, however, often have questions as to the nature of “natural” progesterone as compared with a progestin, which is a synthetic version, or why the route of administration may at times create different reactions, risks, and benefits.