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PCOS Challenge Magazine May – Jun 2017

Read the May – June issue of the PCOS Challenge magazine. In this issue: PCOS – Could It Start in the Brain and Not the Ovaries?; PCOS and Food Allergies; Washington, D.C. and Georgia Advocacy Days; Board Announcements and more.


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IN THIS ISSUE:
PCOS – Could It Start in the Brain and Not the Ovaries?
PCOS: Food Allergies, Intolerances and Sensitivities
Dating and PCOS: The Difficult Conversations
Hijacking of the Menstrual Cycle by PCOS
Washington, D.C. and Georgia Advocacy Days
Preeclampsia and PCOS
PCOS Fat Loss Tips
Upcoming PCOS Events
And More...


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