A new study finds promising evidence that a lung cancer drug, when combined with methotrexate, has potential to spare women with ectopic pregnancies from surgery.
The use of 40 Gy in 15 fractions over 3 weeks is as effective and causes less damage to nearby tissue than a higher total dose of radiotherapy for breast cancer.
Birth defects and poor fetal growth are more substantial contributors to cerebral palsy than asphyxial birth events or inflammation, a new study finds.
The successful management of heavy menstrual bleeding with endometrial resection or ablation depends more on the surgeon’s skill than the technique used.
Experience should prevail when choosing an antihypertensive for very high blood pressure during pregnancy, because the evidence supporting one drug’s use over another is lacking.
Smoking cessation counseling, which is reimbursable, will likely soon involve discussions about e-cigarettes. A new study has found the devices to be comparable to nicotine patches in terms of smoking cessation rates and safety.
The findings of a recent study have shown that uterine fibroid tumors are more common and more severe in African American women compared with white women. Find out how you can better treat uterine fibroid tumors in this high-risk population.
The results of 2 unrelated studies show that breastfeeding may safeguard against breast cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
The best first- and second-line therapies for vulvovaginal atrophy are highlighted in an updated position statement from The North American Menopause Society.
The use of an enhanced recovery pathway for perioperative care in complex gynecological surgery can reduce length of hospital stay, need for narcotic pain control, and costs.