Allison Bryant Mantha, MD, MPH, helped to develop a proposal aimed at closing the gap in obstetric outcomes (including maternal morbidity, rate of cesarean deliveries among first time mothers and breastfeeding) for women at risk of adverse outcomes.Read more
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March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. John Petrozza, MD, chief of the Division of Reproductive Medicine and In Vitro Fertilization at Massachusetts General Hospital and director of the Mass General Fertility Center, explains what endometriosis is and how it can impact fertility.
In a year marked by continued COVID surges and national challenges to fundamental reproductive health care, we are proud to have advanced our department’s mission to lead in the care and science of our patient’s reproductive and gynecologic health.
While our real rewards are caring for patients, welcoming babies into the world, having a breakthrough in our research, and more, it is also meaningful when our work is recognized by our peers and colleagues.
Get answers to your questions about pregnant patients and the COVID-19 booster shot.
Learn how the Mass General Fertility Center provides state-of-the-art fertility care that is tailored to best suit the individual needs of each patient.
Shruthi Mahalingaiah, MD talks about the inspiration behind her animated menstrual cycle exhibit and hopes to destigmatize menstruation. Read her Q&A.