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Welcome to the Pass the Pearls Web Site

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We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new website. It represents the hard work of many people who are dedicated to informing women about their surgical options, spreading the word about minimally invasive laparoscopic hysterectomy and helping women gain access to these procedures. This site is a work in progress, as it continues to grow and evolve there will be even more opportunities to get involved. The Pass The Pearls jewelry collection will soon be available in our on-line store and you’ll also have the ability to make donations directly to our non-profit organization. Thanks for visiting. Please share the wisdom collected on this website with your friends and family and...pass the pearls.


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Dr. Lori Warren Launches Pass the Pearls

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Dr. Lori Warren launched Pass the Pearls on February 11, 2012 at the Pearls and Pumps Fundraiser. She discussed the need for education and awareness about quality surgical care for women. Pass the Pearls is a way to brand minimally invasive surgery for women and help women gain access to less invasive surgery. Pass the Pearls is thrilled that Baptist Hospital Foundation has the same mission for improving women's health. It was a great collaboration! This was the first fundraiser in the country dedicated to improving minimally invasive surgery for women!


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A Message From Dr. Jon LaPook, Chief Medical Correspondent, CBS Evening News

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Congratulations on the launch of your new website for Pass the Pearls. With your expanded site you will connect to more women and physicians and be able to pass more pearls...Best of luck with your educational mission!"

In 2008, I interviewed my friend, Dr. Lori Warren, for a segment on the “CBS Evening News.”  She passionately explained how hundreds of thousands of women were getting unnecessary abdominal hysterectomies each year instead of having a much simpler laparoscopic procedure.  The viewer response was something she tries to avoid during surgery but welcomed while trying to raise awareness: she struck a nerve.


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I had my hysterectomy and ovaries removed last year and I’m not taking HRT - as I’m 50 years old. I’ve noticed that fine lines have begun to appear on my face and the texture of my skin has changed. Is this something that is related to my HRT? Menop

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