The Gynecological Sourcebook

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 410 pages
A wholesale revision of the complete, all-in-one sourcebook of information on gynecological health issues. Special consideration is given to such concerns as fibroids, hysterectomy, gynecological cancers, STDs, and prevention. Pregnancy and infertility are covered only lightly since there is wealth of books devoted to those subjects alone. The Gynecological Sourcebook has a proven, steady track record on the health shelf. The new, fourth edition will contain much more information on the most popular and most reliable types of alternative medicine used for women's health as well as completely updated information on western approaches. Its new, more competitive price and more up-to-date approach to treatments will help the book appeal to an even wider audience than in the past.

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M. Sara Rosenthal completed her Ph.D. in sociology and bioethics at The University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics and is the author of more than twenty-five widely recommended health books. She is currently an assistant professor of bioethics in the Department of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. For more information, visit

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