August 1, 2013
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A recent multicenter study has shown that restricted activity not only does not decrease the rate of preterm birth in nulliparous patients with cervical length < 3 cm, but it can actually double this risk.
In this global survey, investigators found that in nearly 70% of countries, oral contraceptives (OCs) are available without a prescription.
A new technique of evaluating liquid-based Pap smears has been developed to identify confirmed disease-specific mutations in patients with uterine and ovarian cancers.
The drospirenone venous thrombosis controversy remains a topic of interest in Europe and is influencing prescribing practices.