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Endometriosis sufferers long blamed

  • October 30, 2012

A medical review of history dating back about 4,000 years has found evidence of women being subjected to torturous treatments involving leeches, bloodletting, hot douches, being hung upside down, and even accused of demonic possession and killed - all for…

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Battling a shape shifter

  • October 19, 2012

Health experts struggle to diagnose a painful, enigmatic disease San Francisco Business Times by Chris Rauber, Reporter Date: Friday, October 19, 2012, 3:00am PDTAs is the case with many women nationwide, Katherine Lanes long struggle with endometriosis was made worse…

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The 2012 ACOG Mentor Award

  • February 24, 2012

Dr. Camran Nezhat has been chosen to receive the 2012 ACOG Mentor Award Dr. Chandhana Paka submitted his name as an outstanding mentor who has made a difference and had a positive impact on her career. He will be honored…

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Robotic or Laparoscopic

  • November 10, 2011

Robotic or Laparoscopic? New Study Will Compare Simulation Training Techniques We are excited about moving forward in developing new techniques for improved surgical training. Stay tuned for updates on our study comparing simulation training between laparoscopic simulation based on FLS…

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Endometriosis Treated With Minimally Invasive Technique

Endometriosis treated with minimally invasive technique

  • May 18, 2011

ABC 7 News - Endometriosis treated with less invasive technique MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Another health issue facing millions of women is endometriosis. It's a condition that often leads to infertility. Doctors at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View tackled…

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A novel surgical technique

  • April 16, 2011

Hanging Up the Knife A novel surgical technique promises to save patients time, money and blood. "In 20 years, major abdominal surgery will be nearly extinct": Camran Nezhat Read more...

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