Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

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Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

A professional UK body for Obstetricians and Gynaecologists founded in 1929, which was granted a Royal title by King George VI in 1938. The College encourages the study and advancement of the science and practice of obstetrics and gynaecology through postgraduate medical education and training, and publication of clinical guidelines and reports on various facets of the specialty and service provision. The College’s International Office interface with international bodies to help reduce maternal (and infant) morbidity and mortality in under-resourced countries.
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A study by the Royal College of Gynaecologists blamed "marketing by the private sector" and internet photos for the growing number of women now seeking cosmetic genital surgery for "aesthetic reasons.
Then there was the first day of filming when the cast and crew were located at the Royal College of Gynaecologists.
A recent review by the Royal College of Gynaecologists has recommended that a progestogen releasing intrauterine device is an effective treatment for reducing heavy menstrual blood loss and should be considered as an alternate to surgical treatment9.
But the Department of Health says they should not drink at all and the Royal College of Gynaecologists says abst inence is the "safest option.
Both the Royal College of Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have raised concerns about inadequate staffing on wards.
For more information, contact the National Endometriosis Helpline: 0808 808 2227; the London Fibroid Clinic: 020 7486 2440; Women's Health helpline: 0845 125 5254; Infertility Network Support Line: 08701 188088; and The Royal College of Gynaecologists on www.
The Royal College of Gynaecologists has said the likelihood of needing the cells is very small and some of the uses are "extremely speculative".
The Royal College of Gynaecologists is arguing that 'active euthanasia' should be considered to spare families the emotional burden and financial hardship of caring for seriously disabled new-born babies.
THE Royal College of Gynaecologists is arguing that "active euthanasia" should be considered to spare families the emotional burden and financial hardship of caring for seriously disabled newborn babies.
THE Royal College of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians has recognised a vaginal examination is "among the most intimate and potentially embarrassing.
His claim to have been awarded the Royal College of Gynaecologists Silver Jubilee Congress Gold Medal in 1988 was also bogus.
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