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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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  • What Women Need To Know (But Don’t) About Fertility

    Infertility affects approximately 16% of Canadian women, “but it’s still something that most people don’t feel comfortable talking about,” says Dunne.

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  • Infertility awareness week: Informing cancer patients facing infertility

    From cancer diagnosis to motherhood, Jen Chen shares how Fertile Future helped her bring her daughter into the world. Dr. Roberts explains how important it is to be seen by a fertility expert when diagnosed with cancer.

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  • Proust Questionnaire: Dr. Caitlin Dunne

    PCRM’s own Dr. Caitlin Dunne is humbled and honoured to be BCMJ’s Proust Questionnaire this month. The Proust is based on a 19th century parlour game aimed at revealing one’s personality.

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  • How fertility apps are changing the way women conceive

    While using a fertility app is helpful to a lot of women, its not as accurate for those who have irregular cycles. Dr. Dunne explains.

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  • Pacific Centre for Reproductive Medicine: Canada’s Best Managed Companies 2019

    PCRM is featured in Canadian Business as a winner of Canada's Best Managed Companies award.

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  • This is VANCOLOUR Podcast: Episode #32

    Dr. Dunne is a guest on the This Is Vancolour podcast with Mo Amir and talks about egg freezing, surrogacy & so much more.

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  • If You Are Planning A Pregnancy, Make Sure You Are Vaccinated

    Despite the obvious benefits of vaccines, rumors about vaccines' link to autism have led to "vaccine hesitancy"

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