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2017 Below the Belt Stride and Thrive 5K Race
Learn how you can support research efforts and the Kelly Gynecologic Cancer Survivorship Center at the Below the Belt Stride and Thrive 5K race, taking place on May 7, 2017 at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland.
2017 Gynecologic Oncology Cancer Awareness and Survivorship Conference
Save the date for our third Gynecologic Oncology Awareness and Survivorship Conference, which will take place on September 23, 2017 at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards. Lillie D. Shockney, R.N., B.S., M.A.S., administrative director of Johns Hopkins Cancer Survivorship Programs, will be the featured keynote speaker. We look forward to seeing you there!
2015 Gynecologic Oncology Cancer Awareness and Survivorship Conference
The Johns Hopkins Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service hosted a Gynecologic Cancer Survivorship Conference for gynecologic cancer survivors and their family members. This full day event included a wide variety of speakers, panels and break-out sessions – all geared towards leading the most meaningful life possible. Stop just surviving and start really living!
The HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) survey is given each year at hospitals around the country to ensure that patients' needs are being met. We are proud to announce that the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service and the Johns Hopkins Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics have HCAHPS scores ranking among the highest in the nation.
Learn about the latest advances in prevention, detection and treatment of gynecologic cancers to help protect you and your loved ones.
At the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, a study was presented showing that hormonal maintenance therapy in women with certain stages of ovarian or peritoneal cancer saw a significant improvement in survival. MedPage Today spoke with physicians, including Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., about these results and how there is a need for more customized cancer treatments.
Rebecca Stone, M.D., discusses risk factors and treatment for "below the belt" cancers that afflict women — ovarian, fallopian tube, uterine, cervical, vaginal and vulvar. She also discusses with Fox's Baltimore affiliate the Stride and Thrive Below the Belt 5K/1K Run/Walk that will be hosted on May 15, 2016 by the Division of Gynecologic Oncology.
Ovarian cancer is known as a silent disease, but there are often signs leading up to diagnosis. Reader's Digest interviews physicians, including Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., about these signs and what you should look for.
In this article, Medscape speaks with physicians, including Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., about evaluating minimally invasive morcellation.
In a recent Johns Hopkins study led by Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., it was found that there are large racial and economic disparities present for women undergoing minimally invasive procedures. The Baltimore Sun spoke with Dr. Fader about this issue, as well as patients and other local physicians.
A new study led by Johns Hopkins researchers, including Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., director of the Johns Hopkins Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, shows wide racial and economic disparities in access to minimally invasive hysterectomies for early uterine cancer in the United States.
CBS News interviews Rebecca Stone, M.D., in a piece about the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service's 2015 Gynecologic Cancer Survivorship Conference.
In this Fox News article, Edward Tanner, M.D., describes the most common signs of ovarian cancer and why it can be a difficult disease to diagnose.
Yahoo Health interviews physicians, including Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., about the new HPV vaccine that offers additional protection against some forms of cervical cancer.
Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., participated in a panel on The Diane Rehm Show regarding Angelina Jolie Pitt's New York Times opinion piece describing her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. The panel discussed the BRCA gene, the challenges genetic test results present and the efforts to stop breast and ovarian cancers before they start.
At the 43rd AAGL Global Congress on Minimally Invasive Gynecology in Vancouver, Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., delivered a talk on Morcellation of Occult Malignancy during the session entitled Tackling Controversies and Optimizing Tissue Extraction Techniques in Minimally Invasive Gynecology Surgery. This talk was presented at the General Session of this annual event.
In an interview with WBAL-TV 11 Baltimore, Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., discussed a very important women's health issue – awareness of 'below the belt' cancers such as cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer.
The Baltimore Sun discussed early stage ovarian cancer detection and the BRCA gene mutation with Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D.
WORDonCancer.org interviewed Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., about low grade and cytoreductive surgery and how her study on this topic could affect future treatments for women with low grade serous ovarian carcinoma.
Advances in Gynecologic Cancer Care and Genetic Testing
If you have been diagnosed with or have a familial history of gynecologic cancer, there are many genetic tests now available to aid in your treatment or provide valuable screening. In this webinar, Rebecca Stone, M.D., and Edward Tanner, M.D., discuss these genetic testing options, as well as financial considerations and personalized cancer therapies.
Losing Weight and Lowering Risk: What You Need to Know about Women's Cancer and Nutrition
Did you know that up to one-third of cancer deaths in women are attributed to excess body weight? During this interactive webinar, Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., and oncology dietitian Mary-Eve Brown discuss the correlations between excess weight and the risk of certain women's cancers.
Keys to Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors
In this webinar, Wen Shen, M.D.,discusses sexual dysfunction, menopausal side effects, symptom management, pelvic floor health and sexual wellness after cancer.
Obesity and the Risk for Women's Cancers
Amanda Nickles Fader, M.D., discusses risk factors for women's cancer and what you can do now to help minimize the risk.