Brain cancer and hormonal contraception

Media headlines recently carried news on a study reporting that ever use of hormonal contraception was associated with a 50 percent increased risk of glioblastoma multiforme, a deadly form of cancer responsible for 80% of brain tumors. Just what was this study about and how do we put it into perspective?

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Free tools: Easy access to the ...

The US Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use (US MEC) provides clinical guidance for safe use of contraceptive methods by women and men with various characteristics and medical conditions, with over 1800 recommendations pertaining to more than 60 conditions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed several user-friendly tools to help providers access this guidance in the clinic setting.

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Alcohol consumption when pregnancy is unwanted ...

More than 1 in 4 births in the United States are unintended. Some of these are unwanted, even to the point of seeking termination yet being unable to do so. Yet despite having a pregnancy that is unplanned or unwanted, women who find themselves in this situation nonetheless quit or reduce their alcohol consumption.

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The Book
Now in its 20th edition, this well-known text with more than 2 million copies in print has been the leading family planning... Read more
Covering the most important advances in women’s health and contraception, Contraceptive Technology is designed for health professionals just like you. Chaired by Dr. Robert Hatcher, the conference faculty includes the authors of the well-known reference text Contraceptive Technology, and other nationally known reproductive health experts. Conference topics include: new and future methods of contraception, sexuality issues, recurrent vaginitis, case studies, adolescent health, STD treatment, flexible OC management and much more.

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The “Contraceptive Technology” conferences will help you synthesize the data and translate the evidence into clinical “pearls” you can put directly into practice. With an array of Preconferences delving into selected specialty areas of interest, plenary sessions focusing on the “hottest” topics, a thought-provoking luncheon presentation, and 30 dynamic, interactive Concurrent Sessions, including hands-on workshops…this conference is certain to improve your clinical practice and expand your network of colleagues. Read more