Women in obstetrics and gynecology: appreciating the past, looking to the future

      Members and guests of the South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, it has been my great pleasure and honor to serve as president of this outstanding Association. The years leading up to this position have offered me the opportunity to meet many wonderful colleagues and develop life-long friendships. Thank you to all of you for this opportunity.
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