It might be 2022, but too many women are still in the dark about menopause. In the first of our monthly Menopause Talks, journalist and TV news anchor Tamsen Fadal will sit down with Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at the Yale University School of Medicine, to talk about perimenopause. Dr. Minkin is one of the country's foremost experts on this pivotal phase of a woman’s reproductive life. A practicing gynecologist, Dr. Minkin will discuss the many ways perimenopause can impact our bodies, emotions, and relationships—and where women can find care and support.
Dr. Mary Jane Minkin is a clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at Yale University’s School of Medicine, where she has taught for more than 42 years. She is a certified clinician of the North American Menopause Society and co-director of the Smilow Cancer Hospital's Sexuality, Intimacy and Menopause Program, a one-of-a-kind initiative that addresses sex and intimacy after cancer. Dr Minkin has been recognized as a "Top Doc" by Connecticut Magazine. She would suggest anyone interested in menopause information to go to her website, MadameOvary.com.
Broadcaster Tamsen Fadal has spent over two decades in journalism and earned 13 Emmy Awards. In addition to anchoring the primetime news for WPIX-TV in New York, she hosts a weekly podcast, Coming Up Next, in which she explores stories of women creating the next phase of their lives. Tamsen is also currently producing a documentary on menopause. A motivational speaker and author, Tamsen’s passion is telling behind-the-scenes stories of women transforming their lives after big life events. Tamsen is the author of The New Single and has a long-standing media presence as a go-to expert on moving past fear at any age.
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