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ACNM resources on midwives
The American College of Nurse-Midwives has released a series of videos on the midwifery model of care.
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Beating the 'baby blues' stigma
When she realized her postpartum anxiety and depression went beyond the "baby blues," one patient turned to the UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders to get -- and stay -- well.
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Newsweek names two UNC OB/GYN faculty among ‘top cancer doctors’ of 2015
Dr. Daniel Clarke-Pearson and Dr. John Soper appear on the list.
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UNC Global Women's Health a strong presence at 2015 FIGO World Congress
FIGO World Congress is the largest international conference of OBGYNs from around the world.
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Honoring Eason
In 2013, Debbi and Walt Clarke experienced the unimaginable loss of their third child, Eason, who was stillborn at 37 weeks. To honor Eason, the Clarkes recently donated two CuddleCots to the North Carolina Women’s Hospital to help families who suffer similar losses, making the hospital the first in North Carolina to offer them to families.
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Celebrating Carolina's Diversity: UNC alumna, OB/GYN mentors current resident
Dr. Katrina Avery's Howard-Avery Loyalty Fund Scholarship made an impact on the life of current resident Dr. Rachel Adams.
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UNC GYN: Surgical Excellence
UNC Health Care is profiling the five hospital specialties nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report this year. This installment focuses on UNC’s excellence in gynecologic care, ranked 25th in the nation.
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N&O | Funding needed to help pregnant NC women quit smoking
Dr. David Stamilio recent provided an editorial for Raleigh's News and Observer.
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Gynecologic Services Expand at UNC Hillsborough Medical Campus
Effective March 1, 2015, UNC Women’s Care expanded services at our Hillsborough practice.
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Chasing Pac-Man
Two UNC researchers design a biological test to individualize chemotherapy.
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