Date Added: November 22, 2010
December 12, 2007 presentation Leah Millheiser for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series.
After a brief review of the history of female sexuality, Leah Millheiser, MD, instructor of obstetrics and gynecology and director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, discusses current research on the impact of various life stages on female sexual function and common causes of female sexual dysfunction and their treatment.
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