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AAGL's memberhship contains health care professionals who believe in developing, promoting, and utilizing minimally invasive gynecologic techniques to treat and improve the lives of women.
Offers information and materials on a number of health topics, including hysterectomies, fibroid tumors, abortion, yeast infections and menopause.
Internet support group, offering a listserv forum for its members.
Internet support group, offering an open forum mailing list and online chat for its members.
Provides information and counseling on uterine fibriods. Also provides an egroup support chatroom at: www.egroups.com/list/uterinefibroids
6757 Arapaho Road - Suite 711 #238
GCF provides public awareness of gynecologic cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment by supporting research and training.
Provides information and names of gynecologic oncologists who belong to SGO in your area when you provide your area code.
M Street, NW, Suite 800
AUGS represents health care professionals and scientists who are dedicated to improving the quality of lives for women with pelvic floor disorders (including pelvic prolapse, bowel and bladder problems).
157 Broad Street - Suite 315
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Since the late 1980s, the National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc. (NWHRC) has helped millions of women educate themselves about the health topics that concern them the most. The non-profit organization, dedicated to helping women make informed decisions about their health, encourages women to embrace healthy lifestyles to promote wellness and prevent disease.
This page was last updated October 27, 2005
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