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Women's Lecture Series, Infertility & Birth Control Options

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United Regional will present it's next Women's Lecture Series on Tuesday, April 30.  The topic will be the options with infertility and birth control.


It will be presented by Bart Spencer, MD and Etem Chu, MD at 6:30 p.m. at the Wellington Banquet and Conference Center. 

For the couples experiencing infertility, Dr. Spencer will discuss the causes, evaluation and treatment options for infertility. For those couples trying to decide the best birth control options, Dr. Chu will discuss the many types of contraception, how they work, benefits, side effects and necessary medical evaluation before initiation of birth control. 

The evening will include informative program, door prizes and a light meal.  Call 764-8570 to reserve your seat today.

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