This NASPAG Position Statement was created by Nichole Tyson, MD and Megan Harrison, MD, in collaboration with NASPAG Advocacy Committee members: Elizabeth Alderman, MD, Rachel Casey, MD, Martin Fisher, MD, Shaketha Gray, MD, Megan Harrison, MD, Kim Hoover, MD, Susan Kaufman, DO, Kate McCracken, MD, Diana Robillard, MD, Mary Romano, MD, Julie Strickland, MD, Nichole Tyson, MD, Whitney Wellenstein, MD, and Noor Zwayne, MD. It was approved by the NASPAG Board of Directors in April 2021.
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Published online: May 12, 2021
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