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National Women's Health Week brunch and learn event - Reproductive Health: Every Age, Every Stage

National Women's Health Week (#NWHW) was May 13th - 19th and Emory Gynecology and Obstetrics joined women across the country who said "YES!" to their health by hosting a Brunch and Learn for fellow physicians, medical professionals, researchers, and women's health advocates.

This year Emory Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics celebrated National Women’s Health week (#NWHW) with an informative brunch and learn focusing on women’s reproductive health at every age and stage of life. The presentation of improving trends in teen pregnancy rates offered a platform for discussing new ways to improve communication and education with adolescents regarding reproductive health. We learned that your Gynecologist often supports more than your reproductive health needs and building an open dialogue with your provider will add to your overall wellness. When discussing infertility and fertility preservation, we highlighted the Emory Reproductive Center’s ongoing commitment to providing patients, especially cancer patients, the option to preserve their fertility options. We ended our morning charged with embracing innovation as an answer to common issues all women face. This event was an opportunity for us to partner with our incredible partners from every area of women’s health - from physicians and educators to researchers and women’s health advocates. If you are interested in joining our communications list to be alerted of upcoming events and activities, email

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