Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School Includes Dr. Marchand’s Surgical Techniques to Their Core Competencies in Obstetrics and Gynecology

In February 2018, Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School in New Brunswick, NJ, added Dr. Marchand’s surgery of placing a laparoscopic cervical cerclage to their list of Core Competencies for medical education.  Dr. Marchand is very honored that his colleagues in the Garden State chose his research to help educate their students and residents.  Dr. Marchand…

UNC Study Linking Low Carbohydrate diets and Neural Tube Defects is flawed by the most Basic type of research Error Possible

“Garbage research eerily reminiscent of studies attempting to link vaccines and autism, has the potential for harm and no scientific value.” UNC Chapel Hill recently published a ridiculous paper attempting to draw a connection between low carbohydrate diets and neural tube defects, a serious birth defect spectrum affecting babies. The problem with their study, is…

ACOG Quietly changes Baby to Fetus in Patient Pregnancy Handout

A very subtle word change in a widely distributed patient handout may have major political implications. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a major advocacy group of women’s health care physicians, quietly replaced Patient Handout #156, entitled “How Your Baby Grows During Pregnancy,” with a new version replacing the word “baby” with “fetus.”…