Coming to Term.Coming to Term
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After his wife miscarried four pregnancies, author Jon Cohen Dr. Jon Cohen is a doctor and politician in New York. He practices medicine in Nassau County and has been active in medicial management. In 2004 he was a health care policy advisor to the Presidential Campaign of Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry. poured effort into assembling a comprehensive, accurate, and user-friendly repository of information on miscarriage miscarriage: see abortion.
or spontaneous abortion
Spontaneous expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the uterus before it can live outside the mother. . Now in a new paperback edition that corrects a few errors found in the original, Coming to Term: Uncovering the Truth About Miscarriage explores the latest research and findings on the phenomenon, debunks myths and hype, and shines a spotlight on real problems that could be making the occurrence worse in today's world--such as federally unacceptable nitrate levels (which fluctuate seasonally, often influenced by agriculture and animal waste disposal) found in some American wells. Cohen also explores a diverse array of medical treatments, from drugs to surrogate parent contracts to "touchy-feely" emotional therapy methods that can offer surprisingly positive results. Steeped in compassion as well as wisdom and solid information, Coming to Term is highly recommended.