Sexual Response in Women

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A Seminar presented by Dr. Winnifred Cutler
at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2000 meeting.


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a. President and Founder, Athena Institute for Women's Wellness, www.AthenaInstitute.com

b. Professor of Psychology, San Francisco State University, SFO, CA

c. Director, Div of Reproductive Endocrinology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Phila. PA

d. Medical Director, IMX, Bala Cynwyd, PA

e. Professor of Biology, Chair, Dept Health and Nutrition Sciences, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

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