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The Blog that Ate Manhattan

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Certificate validity: 19 May 2017 - May 2018

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HONcode identification number:

HONConduct174241

Date of initial review:

28 Oct 2012

Certificate validity:

19 May 2017 - May 2018

Date of last visit:

19 May 2017
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I’m a board certified obstetrician-gynecologist and Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City, where I live with my husband, who I call Mr TBTAM, and our kids.
 

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All comments are moderated by Dr Polaneczky. Although I welcome all points of view, comments that contain medically incorrect or misleading medical advice or links to sites that are not authoritative or medically correct, will be deleted. I will also delete comments asking for individual medical advice. Sorry.

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More Reading
Britt Erikson et al. The Role of the Fallopian Tube in the Origin of Ovarian Cancer – A well done state of the art review.
M Crenin et all – Female Tubal Sterilization – the Time has come to routinely consider removal. Excellent editorial
ACOG . Salpingectomy for Ovarian Cancer Prevention
Society of Gynecologic Oncologists (SGO) Statement on prophylactic salpingectomy.
Image by CDC, Mysid [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
 

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If you provide medical or scientific information in your comment, please provide a recognized authoritative source for the information you’ve given. This could be another website, a book, an article, a database or any other support, but it has to be specified. The references specified has to lead us to the article mentioned. You have to provide a precise link to the source, whenever it is possible and the references should be in relation with the content referred.

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This principle is not applicable to this site 

Can I email you?
Sure. My email is But please do not email me for medical advice. (See disclaimer above). As always, you should consult your health are provider about any questions related to your health.
 

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Who Funds this Site?
I do. Occasionally, you may notice me writing something about a product in a post. That’s because I’ve used it and have something to say about that experience. No one is paying me to write anything. If I’m ever sampled on a product to review it, I’ll clearly state so.
 

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Our editorial content is not influenced by the funding sources.
 

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All ads are labeled as such and separate from blog content.
 

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No advertisements are permitted in user’s comments. Comments contain advertising or advertising links will be deleted.

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