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National Academy of Medicine Elects Dr. Santoro as New Member

National Academy of Medicine Elects Dr. Santoro as New Member

CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s Dr. Santoro named to prestigious international society Dr. Nanette Santoro was one of 85 scholars and clinicians elected to the prestigious National Academy of Medicine (NAM) by the society’s current members. NAM recognizes individuals that have made significant contributions to the advancement of medical science, healthcare and public health. According to … Continued
How Safe Is Vaginal Estrogen?

How Safe Is Vaginal Estrogen?

How safe is vaginal estrogen for breast cancer patients? The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) endorsed the use of vaginal estrogen in breast cancer survivors, even though it contains a black box warning deterring cancer survivors from using it. University of Colorado Aschutz's, Dr. Santoro, weighs in with her opinions.
Dr. Santoro Receives Endocrine Society Award

Dr. Santoro Receives Endocrine Society Award

The Endocrine Society recently announced its 2016 Laureate Award recipients and Dr. Santoro was honored with the prestigious Outstanding Mentor Award. This annual award recognizes physicians who demonstrate a career committed to mentoring and a provide positive impact on mentees' education & career.
Dr. Santoro Receives Outstanding Achievement Award

Dr. Santoro Receives Outstanding Achievement Award

Congratulations to Nanette Santoro, MD, recipient of the Journal of Women's Health Award for Outstanding Achievement in Women's Health Research at the Awards Gala at Women's Health 2015 in Washington, DC. Dr. Santoro is Professor and E. Stewart Taylor Chair in the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Dr. Teal on Rachel Maddow: An IUD Is Not an Ongoing Abortion

Dr. Teal on Rachel Maddow: An IUD Is Not an Ongoing Abortion

“Young women weren’t the original market for IUDs, but we are trying to turn the paradigm on its head," said Dr. Teal. "Instead of having to do something every single day to stay non-pregnant, let’s just do one thing and make non-pregnant the default state. Young women’s lives are very complex. And trying to take a pill at the same time every day—forget about it."