Endocrine Society in the News: The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and More

The Washington PostWhat’s Changed Since the March for Science? Readers Respond.

The Society answered the top-tier newspaper’s call for readers’ thoughts on the March for Science six months after the event, sharing comments from two members and CEO Barbara Byrd Keenan, FASAE, CAE. The Post quoted Secretary-Treasurer Richard S. Legro, MD, in its anniversary coverage.

JAMAEndocrine Treatment of Gender-Dysphoric/Gender-Incongruent Persons

The medical journal published a synopsis of the Society’s Clinical Practice Guideline on treatment for transgender individuals. The journal also recorded a podcast summarizing the key recommendations.

Everyday HealthHow to Manage Menopausal Symptoms After Breast Cancer

Society member Cynthia Stuenkel, MD, spoke to the consumer health news site about a comprehensive review of recommendations for managing menopausal symptoms in women who have had breast cancer. The review was published in JCEM in August and featured in a Society news release.

The ASCO PostEndocrine Society Names V. Craig Jordan, OBE, PhD, 2018 Laureate

The medical trade publication highlighted the work of Society member and 2018 Gerald D. Aurbach Award for Outstanding Translation Research award winner V. Craig Jordan, OBE PhD. Learn more about the 2018 Laureate Award winners.

The Wall Street Journal The Search for a New Form of Birth Control, This Time for Men

The top-tier newspaper noted a 2016 JCEM study on male contraceptive shots in its coverage of NIH’s plans to conduct a clinical trial of a contraceptive gel.