09.02.2011 "While this is a very promising and quite exciting result for this disease, which is otherwise a very neglected disease, not all the patients were helped here, and there are significant risks," study senior author Dr. DianaFarmer, ...http://womens-health-news-feed.com/
05.10.2010 Dr. DianaFarmer, surgeon-in-chief at Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco, and her team started connecting the dots after a teen mother came to the hospital's fetal treatment center. The fetus had spina bifida, ...http://pagingdrgupta.blogs.cnn.com/2010/08/11/menstrual-cramps-may-modify-the-brain/
23.03.2012 In Sacramento, March for Babies is chaired by Dr. Claire Pomeroy, U.C. Davis Health System CEO, Dr. Fred Meyers, Executive Associate Dean of the U.C. Davis School of Medicine and Dr. DianaFarmer, Chair of Surgery for ...http://familyhw.com/
04.03.2011 In the past, the condition has been treated after a baby is born, with surgery that entails covering the malformation with skin. But now, the results of an 8-year clinical trial conducted on 183 women (led by DianaFarmer, MD, ...http://www.surebaby.com/blog/
04.02.2008 by sarah Dr. DianaFarmer, the surgeon-in-chief at the UCSF Children's Hospital, says she generally isn't in favor of weight-loss surgery for kids. Many parents are opting for surgery for their children to save their lives, but she says there's ...