Volume 3, Special Issue: Humanism and History in Women’s Health (November 2013)

Review Articles

POG's Personal Perspectives


Postoperative instructions—mastectomy Article 3
Carol Scott-Conner


On becoming a cancer biologist Article 4
Eric J. Devor


The rat race of getting funded Article 6
Kristina W. Thiel

Extended Abstracts


Welcome to a special issue of the third volume of Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology celebrating Humanism and History in Women’s Health. In this issue we explore the many facets of women’s health and those who care for women from the clinic to the lab. Our journal is a forum for obstetrics, gynecology and women’s health internationally.