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9/10/2014

HEALTH LINE: Expertise, Preventive Care Important to Stop Ovarian Cancer

HEALTH LINE: Expertise, Preventive Care Important to Stop Ovarian Cancer In the case of certain cancers, such as ovarian cancer, you might not knowsomething is wrong.

6/26/2014

HEALTH LINE: Free Women's Health Screenings to Those Who Qualify

A community service grant called the Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer Project,known as the BCCP project, provides thousands of Ohio women with free breastand cervical screenings--and diagnostic tests if needed.

6/4/2014

Birth Spacing: Timing Matters In Efforts to Avoid Preterm Births

A new Ohio study demonstrates that women who have shorter birth spacing betweenthe last delivery and their next conception have shorter pregnancy lengths,which puts mother and child at a greater risk for preterm birth.

5/15/2014

Focus On Medical Residents With Michael Boldt, MD

Second-year OB-GYN resident Michael Boldt, MD, is proud to be a buckeye whodidn't fall far from the tree.

5/3/2014

College of Medicine Distinguished Alumni: Arthur Evans, III, MD

Between completing his medical degree in 1974 and returning to UC in 2007,Arthur Evans III built an accomplished career in obstetrics and gynecology.

4/17/2014

HEALTH LINE: First Podcast by UC's Infertility Expert Michael Thomas, MD

Michael Thomas, MD, division director of the UC Health Center for ReproductiveHealth, making podcasts on topics related to women's reproductive health.

4/17/2014

Faculty Partner with Student Innovators for Medical Device Design

Working to solve real-life clinical problems, a group of medical faculty spentmost of their academic year partnering with UC design and engineering students.

4/5/2014

Health Sciences Library Ranked 14th Most Impressive Medical School Library

The Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library was ranked 14th among "the 25most impressive university medical school libraries in the world."

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