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But colleges often struggle to provide effective treatment options, says Randy P. Auerbach, an associate professor in the psychiatry department at Columbia University.
"We are somewhat more willing to talk about our emotional state," said Dr. Philip Muskin, a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Many women may find symptoms eased by hormone replacement therapy, said Dr. Michelle Warren of Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
"The whole field of pregnancy loss is really in need of a good renaming program," says Dr. Zev Williams, who directs the Columbia University Fertility Center in New York.
That was until Dr. Richard Carvajal, director of the Melanoma Service at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, started her on immunotherapy.
“We don’t know any of that,” said Dr. Margaret Haney, a professor of neurobiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Dr. S. Zev Williams is chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York.
"Some people are under the erroneous impression that the epidemic is done," says Wafaa El-Sadr, a professor at Columbia University.
Dr. Michael Grunebaum, a Columbia psychiatrist who studies ketamine, thinks the drug should no longer be relegated to a last-line treatment.
Dr. Laura Zeidenstein is the director of the graduate midwifery program at the Columbia University School of Nursing.