A Woman in Residence

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Random House, Jan 1, 1982 - Gynecologists - 264 pages
The author describes her experiences during residency in obstetrics and gynecology in an American hospital and explains common surgery and medical procedures

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Got through 40 pages and realized I didn't really want to read about medical issues and gynecological procedures. So I'm probably not being fair to the book; just not what I was in the mood for. Read full review

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Michelle Harrison, M.D. (www.michelleharrison.com), is a leading authority on women's health and PMS. She developed one of the first programs devoted to treatment of PMS. As a family physician and psychiatrist, she has consulted and lectured internationally on women's health and other related health-policy issues. Dr. Harrison is also the author of A Woman in Residence and The Preteen's First Book About Love, Sex, and AIDS.
Marla Ahlgrimm, R.Ph., a registered pharmacist, is the cofounder of PMS Access (www.womenshealth.com) and the founder of Women's Health America. She was one of the first health professionals in the United States to recognize, define, and develop PMS options for consumers.

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