In Right As Rain, Mary Lou Kopas, CNM shares her thoughts on why more babies are conceived in the fall and winter.
In Right As Rain, Dr. Emily Fay is interviewed about the development, monitoring and treatment of gestational diabetes in pregnancy.
Dr. Kemi Doll explains in Right As Rain why it is so important for women (particularly black women) to be aware of endometrial cancer symptoms.
Dr. Genevieve Neal-Perry is moving on to a new adventure April 15, 2020 as the Chair of the Department of OB/GYN at the University of North Carolina.
Drs. Elizabeth Swisher and Barbara Norquist co-authored the Seattle Times opinion-editorial with another UW School of Medicine professor which ran in the Sunday, Nov. 24 print edition, suggesting that cancer-risk genetic testing be made available to all Americans.
Dr. Barbara Goff is interviewed by the Daily at the University of Washington about her recent op-ed in Med News Daily about insurance companies' refusal to cover life-saving treatments.
Dr. Kemi Doll is interviewed for a SELF article on the rising rates of uterine cancer among black women. She addresses the warning signs to watch for and the systemic need for culturally sensitive healthcare, as well as the organization she's formed to provide support to black women with endometrial cancer.
Ivanhoe Newswire features Dr. Genevieve S. Neal-Perry and her work building families for cancer patients through Seattle Cancer Care Alliance's oncoreproduction clinic.
In this Mother Jones article retweeted by Chelsea Clinton on Oct. 30, 2019, Dr. Kemi Doll offers the first quote on black women perishing from the common reproductive cancer.
Dr. Kemi Doll is featured in BET for her work raising awareness about the high mortality rates of endometrial cancer among black women.