Our founder Sharon Baker published a column recently in the Rome News-Tribune. She writes:
Looking back at my choice of a career in women’s health, I believe it began in childhood. My questions about bodily changes or processes frequently were met with silence, a change of subject or ambiguous terminology. Studying women’s health was a legitimate way to get straight answers. Over the years I found that many women must have had the same vague answers, because they frequently had little understanding of the specifics about their anatomy or how these parts work.