No More Suffering in Silence

LOUISVILLE The field of urogynecology is one of the lesser-known specialties—among both medical professionals and the general public—which means many

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Women’s Health Warrior

BARDSTOWN A few people actually know what they want to be when they grow up. They dream about it and

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Physicians and the Continuum of Life

Given the speed of change of medical information, most of the books I accumulated as a medical student rapidly became

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The Evolution of Gynecological Cancer Care

LOUISVILLE The years 1971-1972 were pivotal for cancer treatment for women in the U.S. Three prominent, well-known women, Betty Ford,

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Keeping Women Well for Life

LEXINGTON During her third year at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Amy Baker, DO, underwent a life-changing experience— she helped

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Today’s VBAC Options Make ‘Once a C-section, Always a C-section’ Old News

LOUISVILLE When Ann Grider, MD, joined Women First of Louisville in 1998, the pendulum had gone from the long-time assumption

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Maternity and Beyond

LOUISVILLE When Women First of Louisville opened its doors in 1988, it was one of the first all-woman-run obstetrics and

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Delivering Care

BARDSTOWN In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the general message has been to wait, to stay home, to be

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Pregnancy, Birth, and Beyond

OWENSBORO For most women, pregnancy is one of the most joyous times in their lives. But for women experiencing high-risk

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Ultimate Continuity of Care

LOUISVILLE In early April 2020, when personal distancing and restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic were high, Sarah Todd, MD, had

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