“We wanted to answer the question ‘How does HIV bounce back when treatment is stopped?'" said Dr. Florian Hladik.
A low-oxygen environment in the womb may foretell which children should be followed closely, study indicates.
Dr. Kemi Doll, a UW Medicine gynecologic oncologist, has long studied endometrial cancer.
Endometrial cancer is one of the most common gynecologic cancers in the United States, but it's one of the least known.
It's a time of celebration for a Montana family. Gina Lee Gossett's baby boy, Oliver, is about to turn 1 year old. But their journey to his birth was difficult.
Barely half of U.S. residency programs offer training in transgender medicine, a UW Medicine study finds.
Women whose lives have stabilized after childbirth want advice more specific than "work out, but take it easy."
Are routine pelvic exams necessary?
Women who received collaborative care for depression at two UW Medicine obstetrics and gynecology clinics showed fewer symptoms after treatment than women receiving usual depression care in the same setting, according to recent University of Was