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Sarah Feldman M.D. M.P.H. is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School where she is co-Director of Ambulatory Gynecologic Oncology and Director of the Center for Pre-Invasive Disease of the Lower Genital Tract at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. These sites are local, national and international referral centers for the evaluation and management of women with cervical, vaginal and vulvar precancers and HPV related disease. Dr. Feldman oversees multiple research projects on cervical cancer prevention, including studies evaluating effective approaches to cervical cancer screening and management, in particular assessing the impact of recent guidelines and changes in care and their impact on cervical cancer prevalence. She has written multiple editorials for the New England Journal and JAMA Internal Medicine, as well as other journals on screening for cervical cancer that explain new screening guidelines, and examine the supporting evidence. She is the invited author of numerous review chapters on cervical cancer screening and prevention and screening technology both for patients and clinicians for the online medical education text “Up to Date,” as well as other textbooks. She has also served on invited guideline committees for the American Society of Colposcopy and Clinical Pathology, American Cancer Society, and Massachusetts Department of Public Health, as well as the American Society of Clinical Oncology Cervical Cancer Clinical Guidelines Working Group for low and middle income countries.
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