The Society was established in 1977 to give Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) physicians and scientists a place to share knowledge, research and clinical best practices in order to improve care for pregnant women and babies. Maternal-Fetal Medicine physicians are obstetricians with additional training in the area of high-risk, complicated pregnancies. We specialize in treating the un-routine.
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May 17, 2017
By Alison Stuebe, MD Last week, Americans spent more than $23 billion on Mother’s Day gifts. On Sunday morning, moms woke up to jewelry, bouquets of flowers, and scattered crumbs between the sheets after so many breakfasts in bed. How was this different from any other second Sunday in May? This Mother's Day, we celebrated motherhood amid a burgeoning threat to maternal health and wellbeing: the American Health Care Act (AHCA). If this bill becomes law, millions of women will lose their health insurance coverage, undoing progress in access to health care for women before, during, and after...