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of the department of women's cancer at the Institute for Women's Health, University College London, and her associates collected data on participants' skirt size at age 25 years and at study entry, and data on body mass index (BMI), fertility, use of contraceptives, and family history of breast and ovarian cancer.
WomenHeart National Hospital Alliance member hospitals who sent women heart patients to the fall 2014 Science & Leadership Symposium are: Norton Women's Heart and Vascular Center (Louisville, KY), Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute (FL), Boca Raton Regional Hospital (FL), Parkview Heart Institute (Fort Wayne, IN), Bakersfield Heart Hospital (Bakersfield, CA), Texas Heart Institute (Houston, TX), North Shore LIJ Katz Institute for Women's Health (New Hyde Park, NY) and University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City, KS).
executive director of the Virginia Commonwealth University Institute for Women's Health, said.
Our findings show that more babies now survive being born too soon than ever before, which is testament to the highly-skilled and dedicated staff in our neonatal services", said Professor Neil Marlow, an MRC-funded academic at University College London's Institute for Women's Health and a co-author of both papers.
Caption: The Long Island Real Estate Group has contributed $50,000 to the Every Woman Matters Walk, a fundraiser for the Katz Institute for Women's Health and Katz Women's Hospitals of the North Shore-LIJ Health System.
Lead investigator Professor Ian Jacobs, director of the University College London Institute for Women's Health, said: "There is a long way to go before we have firm evidence as to whether or not screening is able to detect cancer early enough to save lives.
Kornstein, also executive director of the Institute for Women's Health and the Mood Disorders Institute at VCU Medical Center.
This issue's Sharing Our Experiences section describes a two-year project of the Pacific Institute for Women's Health in Los Angeles, California, which was carried out in collaboration with the East Los Angeles Women's Center, the Los Angeles Indigenous Peoples Alliance and the Organizacion en California de Lideres Campesinas (Californian Organization of Women Farm Workers), three community-based organizations (CBOs) dedicated to preventing violence against Latina women, protecting the values and traditions of indigenous peoples, and advocating for the rights of farm workers.