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  • Cannabis and fertility. Should you stop using cannabis if you’re trying to conceive?

    Watch Dr. Caitlin Dunne on Global BC’s morning show to talk about her recent research on the relationship between cannabis use and fertility with both female and male reproductive function.

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  • Dr. Caitlin Dunne named to Canada’s Top 40 Under 40

    Dr. Caitlin Dunn has been named to BNN Bloomberg’s 2019 Top 40 Under 40 list which recognizes Canada’s next leaders.

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  • The Effects of Cannabis on Female and Male Reproduction

    Dr. Caitlin Dunne’s recent research has looked at the relationship between cannabis use and fertility with both female and male reproductive function, which interferes with the body’s natural endocannabinoid system.

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  • 5 things you probably don’t know about donor eggs

    Donor eggs have revolutionized the options available to couples struggling to get pregnant. Here are five things about them that may surprise you.

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  • Looking closely at the link between IVF treatment & childhood cancers

    Dr. Dunne reviews the information about a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics has linked fertility treatment with a risk of childhood cancer.

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  • The Stress of Infertility, Peeling Back The Taboos

    Opening up about infertility helps those struggling realize that they're not alone. Dr. Caitlin Dunne talks about where patients can start when they're facing difficulty when trying to start a family.

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  • Male infertility affects one in six, but men don’t want to talk about it.

    Men battle traditional gender barriers when confronting tough personal topic: infertility

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  • Cysts can sound scary — here’s what women need to know

    “As doctors, when we refer to a ‘cyst,’ we mean a collection of fluid. I think many patients hear ‘cyst’ and automatically equate that with cancer,” Dunne said.

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  • How Sexually Transmitted Infections Can Lead To Infertility

    Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are one of the most common reasons why a woman might have scarring around the tubes and ovaries.

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