Alison Edelman, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, was recently quoted in a CNN.com article about the menstrual cycle and birth control. The article explains that while the idea of menstrual suppression has become more accepted, many women still have reservations. Dr. Edelman said, that "although many are accepting of the idea of not having a period, there remains a small group of women who are not accepting of it and are somewhat freaked out about it."
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