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Study Corrects Cancer Data and Finds Cervical Cancer Rates, Disparities Higher than Thought

A new study corrects cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates to account for hysterectomy, and finds both incidence and mortality of cervical cancer has been grossly underestimated, especially in the black population, in which hysterectomy rates are higher. 456 more words


Dear Friend of The Women’s Collective,

We have much to be thankful for this holiday season and you are at the top of our list! The financial support you provide makes such a profound difference in our ability to serve women and girls in the Washington DC area.  304 more words

Policy & Advocacy

1/11 New CfC: 3rd-Party Payment

CMS has published a new rule in the Federal Register pertaining to Conditions for Coverage for ESRD Facilities – Third Party Payment.  Comments can be made until January 11, 2017.   45 more words

Staff Education

The Last 6 Weeks in Review

It’s been 6 weeks since I completed the Gohl Program. This post will share progress and setbacks since returning from the healing retreat. Hard times dictate choices. 808 more words


Fighting for Our Lives

Twenty five years ago, if you had told me I’d be leading the advocacy and fighting for the lives of women living with HIV in metropolitan D.C. 685 more words

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Choosing a Facility

We’ve added the November Monthly Patient Bulletin to the Network 16 website.  This issue is all about selecting a facility for dialysis, with an emphasis on Medicare’s Dialysis Facility Compare website, … 30 more words

Patient Education

Denver DPC

When I started my practice back in 2012, I thought I was the only one.  It turns out, Dr. Lisa Davidson (now a friend) was doing the same thing at the same time.   142 more words

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