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Thankful for Clinical Trials
November 1, 2019

All medications and treatments available today would not exist if not for clinical trials. The smallest of interventions like antifungal cream…

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Living with Fibroids
October 15, 2019

From your early 20s to mid-40s, your career, personal, and social life is popping. For women with uterine fibroids, dealing with…

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Uterine Fibroids: The Hidden Struggle
September 30, 2019

Bleeding and mild discomfort is a normal part of a woman’s monthly reality. For those with uterine fibroids, the bleeding and…

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The Truth About Vulvodynia
September 17, 2019

“Constant knife-like pain” and “feels like someone poured acid onto my skin” are how some women described the pain. The vulva…

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Hot Flashes: What is the Deal with them?
August 27, 2019

Navigating through life as a woman has its ups and downs. Decades of cramps, menstrual cycles, and bloating can leave you…

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Women’s Health Clinical Research: 5 Reasons to Participate
August 13, 2019

Every Woman is a Superhero It’s no secret that women are superheroes. From birthing babies to breastfeeding, the anatomy of a…

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Copper IUD Birth Control: Is it Right for You?
July 29, 2019

When you want to pause your child-producing abilities, women will most often look into some form of birth control. You can…

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Vagina: It’s Time to Talk
August 16, 2018

The vagina is a muscular tube in the female body that connects the uterus to the vulva. For a small organ…

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I Joined A Clinical Trial Because…
June 15, 2018

It took seven years for my previous doctors to diagnose my endometriosis. Seven years. During that time, I graduated college, bought…

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Debunking Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Myths!
September 25, 2017

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is one the most common sexually transmitted infections (STI) but that doesn’t mean everybody understands or even knows…

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