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Join UCLA gynecologic oncologist Joshua G. Cohen, MD, for an overview of the latest technological advancements in the management of uterine and cervical cancer. Dr. Cohen will review minimally invasive surgery options, including the use of robotics and sentinel lymph node dissection
UCLA OB/GYN specialist Christopher Tarnay, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss the latest treatment options for the loss of bladder control and sensitive bladder, including minimally invasive solutions to help women manage their bladder control.
UCLA OB/GYN Zain Al-Safi, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss current trends and available data for female fertility preservation through egg freezing.
UCLA OB/GYN Andrea Rapkin, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss vulvodynia, a chronic vaginal pain condition most commonly characterized by pain with intercourse. Dr. Rapkin also discussed symptoms, potential causes, and current treatments available to women with this condition. She also explored the latest in vulvodynia research here at UCLA.
UCLA OB/GYN Christopher Tarnay, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss uterine fibroids, a very common condition in women. He outlined the latest in treatment options including uterine sparing surgery, focused ultrasound and medical treatment. Dr. Tarnay also covered the best practices in care, including robotic- assisted surgery and morcellation.
UCLA OB/GYN Angela Valle, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to explore why every woman needs a gynecologist, what to expect from your visit for your stage in life, new preventative care screening guidelines and treatment options for gynecological issues.
UCLA reproductive endocrinologist, Daniel Dumesic, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss the latest advances in treating common clinical problems experienced by women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). He also addressed how to identify PCOS in women at an early age and formulate an appropriate management plan for these women that fulfills their needs over time.
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