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Another woman tells trial Regina doctor’s breast and pelvic exams were inappropriate

REGINA – A former patient of Dr. Edward Poon told a Regina courtroom Wednesday she knew there could be no medical reason for the things Poon was doing during a pelvic examination in February 2008, but ... read more

Dr. Kevin Brown Sentenced To 12.5 Yrs

During the trial prosecutors said the 40-year-old doctor molested multiple women over five years at three of his California clinics, with female patients given inappropriate breast or pelvic exams for ... read more

Discipline for abusive doctors remains questionable

Another ... no limits were in place. In one case, the board removed restrictions on a doctor’s license, yet privately prohibited him from performing gynecological and breast exams and required a femal... read more

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Charges against Ottawa doctor reignite questions over patient protections

Another ... breast, genital or pelvic examinations than would be considered medically necessary, or conducting a physical examination in a sexual rather than a medical way) 4. Sexual contact or assaul... read more


Target Ovarian Cancer finds that GPs miss nearly half of ovarian cancer cases

A further 41 per cent of women had to visit their doctor at least three times before being ... Only one in four patients were involved in a clinical trial, despite more than half saying that they woul... read more

Palm Coast Physician Florence Fruehan Accused Of Groping Female Patient; State Orders Him Restricted

“AlI I can tell you is, she made allegations ... that was right next to the front desk,” the woman wrote. “I thought we were entering his office. Instead we were entering into what I saw was an examin... read more

Ovarian cancer prevention strategy: North American gynecology experts on the risks and benefits of a B.C. surgical innovation

“After her doctor said he didn’t feel comfortable removing her tubes, I told her to go to another ... Regina General Hospital, said in an interview that until the BC group presents data on the outcome... read more

Patient Privacy and Transgender Medical Professionals

[T]he Court assumes that defendants harbored a plan for women-only health facilities and that they endeavored to accommodate patients' requests to see female doctors. That a medical entity may seek to ... read more

One in three women is experiencing severe reproductive health issues

Nearly a third say their problems are debilitating A total of 31 per cent of these women said their problems were ... doctor if the pain is severe or is suddenly different from what is normal for you, ... read more

Should nuns be on the pill?

Research has shown that women who give birth to a first child at a young age, have more children and breastfeed, lower their risk of breast cancer ... of oral contraception inappropriate. Patients typ... read more

Dancing in the dark: Sarus Festival premiere rained out, rescheduled for tonight

I carefully proceeded to a pitch black Jengo’s: the power was down for the whole block. Inside, people were ordering concessions illuminated by cellphone flashlights. There was a decent crowd inside t... read more

North American experts on the risks and benefits of Fallopian tube removal for ovarian cancer prevention (Part 2 in series)

Regina doctor John Thiel disagrees with B.C. ovarian ... Dr. Barbara Norquist said that while removing the ovaries in women who carry a genetic mutation predisposing them to breast or ovarian cancer i... read more



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