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An excellent overview of the resources allopathic medicine recommends to women as they age, the book reflects both authors' experiences as ob/gyn doctors.
“This book is so timely and thorough for women over 25. Thank you so much for what you have done for women.”
—Laura Buxton, anchor, Morning News, KUSI TV, San Diego
“It’s really a comprehensive women’s health book. You should have it on your shelf.”
—Leslie Gold and Laurie Kramer, hosts of Two Chicks Dishin’, WRKO, Boston
L. Darlene Lanka, M.D., has been a practicing obstetrician and gynecologist for thirty years with Kaiser Permanente in Northern California and is an assistant professor at the University of California, San Francisco. She is the former Director of women’s Health at Kaiser-Permanente Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California and two times president of the Easy Bay GYN Society. She is a frequent lecturer and has been interviewed on numerous radio and television program discussing women’s health issues and by KPIX on women’s health legislation in California. Dr. Lanka was awarded the Diablo Soroptimist Societies’ Women Helping women Award.
James E. Huston, M.D., specialized in obstetrics and gynecology before his retirement. He lives in Medford, Oregon. He is a frequent author and speaker on women’s health topics.
Both Dr. Lanka and Dr. Huston have visited Guatemala as participating doctors with the Hospital de la Familia in Guatemala, donating much-needed medical aid for indigenous families.
I bought the first edition of this book for myself several years ago when I was about 40. I had to replace it once after loaning it to a friend and never getting it back. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kimmie
This is a very informational book. I knew some of side effects I was having were normal. But, it turns out that I'm not crazy, forgetful, pre-alzheimers, asseuxual or any number... Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by mental-pausal