October is breast cancer awareness month.
Breast cancer awareness seems to be everywhere. And yet confusion about screening for breast cancer is ubiquitous.
Should you get a mammogram? Should you examine… Read More
We now know that almost all cervical cancers and cervical dysplasias (precancerous changes of the cervix) are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Since the mid-1900’s, we have screened women with… Read More
The pap smear is a screening test for abnormal cells of the cervix. It is a great screening test because it can prevent the development of cervical cancer. The pap smear was developed in the 1940’s by… Read More
How do you know if you should be tested for the breast and ovarian cancer gene? Will your insurance pay for the testing? What do the results mean? Should you have increased testing or even surgery to remove… Read More
Dr. Marin will be speaking at the Sixth Annual Medical Conference of the Endometriosis… Read More
The lining of the uterus is called the endometrium. These are the cells that grow and bleed in response to our ovarian hormones to create the menses or period. When those cells get outside of the uterus,… Read More