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Pavilion for Women's Blog provides important perspective on women's health from the same voices that care for our patients at Texas Children's Pavilion for Women.
- My living champion: Fetoscopic surgery to repair spina bifida
- From Georgia to Houston: Our spina bifida fetal surgery journey
- What are the differences between the NICUs in the Pavilion for Women and West Tower?
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- Dr. Sina Haeri (3)
- Dr. Susan Raine (3)
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- Dr. Stephen Welty (3)
- Dr. Xiaoming Guan (3)
- Shelly Lopez Gray, Clinical Nurse Coordinator (3)
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Author Archives: Dr. Lucy Puryear, Medical Director - The Women's Place: Center for Reproductive Psychiatry
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