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Women's Health

Chest Pain: The Many Causes of Women’s Heartaches

The clinical team from the Stanford Women’s Heart Health Clinic addressed the many reasons why women can have chest pain. Speakers: Abha Khandelwal MD, Eryn Bryant, MSN, NP-C, Valerie Hoover, PhD

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Contributions of Surgery to Breast Cancer Survivorship

Treatment for breast cancer includes many modalities. This talk focuses on the appropriate use of surgery as a treatment and its outcomes. Speaker: Irene Wapnir, MD

Making Sex Comfortable Again After Menopause: Laser Treatment for the Vagina

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For many women, the hormonal changes of menopause can result in vaginal atrophy. Characterized by thinning, drying, and inflammation of the vaginal walls, vaginal atrophy can cause painful intercourse and other health concerns. Dr. Sokol will review a novel laser treatment option for this common condition.

Speaker: Eric Sokol, MD

October 19, 2016
Stanford Health Library | Hoover Pavilion
211 Quarry Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94304

Ovarian Cancer Care at Stanford

Ovarian Cancer — Current and Novel Treatment Strategies

This talk focuses on the current state of the art treatment of ovarian cancer. New treatment options for ovarian cancer patients are presented, including clinical trials available at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center. Speaker: Oliver Dorigo, MD, PhD

What Every Woman Needs to Know about Breast Reconstruction -- Updated 2013

Breast reconstruction is performed to build a complete new breast or to correct breast problems that may arise from breast cancer, trauma, congenital abnormalities, or cosmetic procedures. This talk covers the newest techniques. Speaker: Gordon Lee, MD

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