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    My Struggle with Endometriosis

    Patient Spotlight By Lindsay This is the story about my struggle with endometriosis and the people who saved my life. I was only 12 years old and surely not sexually active. I was an athletic, and a high-energy teenager. I ran track, played varsity volleyball and rollerbladed to and from school everyday. My OBGYN attributed […]

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    Our History Is Worth Sharing

    By Paul Alan Wetter, MD A surgeon’s desire to examine internal organs has existed since ancient times. By going back in history we can learn, yes, but we can also begin to appreciate each other.  On September 2-5, 2015, during MIS Week’s 25th Anniversary, we will feature 25+ years of surgical history.  This important exhibition […]

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    Endometriosis: Finishing the Job

          By Camran Nezhat, MD, FACOG, FACS As surgeons, updating skills so that we can completely, thoroughly remove endometriosis is a necessary part of our education and skill update. For example, it is critical that surgeons have the advanced skills and instruments needed to be able to safely and thoroughly remove endometriosis when it has invaded delicate […]

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    Society Of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Offers New Multidisciplinary Fellowship In Many Areas Of Medicine

    Miami, FL and Palo Alto, CA – A new program by the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS) seeks to teach and reinforce the latest surgical techniques and skills in advanced endoscopy and reproductive surgery, working with the inventor of the video-laparoscopic method, Dr. Camran Nezhat. “It has been more than 30 years since laparoscopy in gynecology has been introduced, and […]

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