In recent years, researchers have expanded the limits of science so quickly that methods of treatment thought to be impossible a decade ago are now a reality.
As an OBGYN physician and the director of U.S. Medical Affairs for Women’s Health at Bayer, Dr. Carney's path has not always been so straightforward. “When I was growing up in the 60s, I thought – girls can't be doctors,” says Carney. “Even when I was in medical school, women were the minority.”
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