Lauren M. Tom is a family nurse practitioner with Parkview Gynecologic Oncology and Deborah Baresic is a women’s health nurse practitioner at Purdue University Fort Wayne and Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Lafayette Street Family Health Clinic, all in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This article was written as part of a capstone project at Purdue University Fort Wayne. The authors state that they do not have a financial interest in or other relationship with any commercial product named in this article.
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