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Work-Family Balance
Marlene P. Freeman, MD

Can women really have it all? After having a family, whether a woman works full-time, reduces her hours to part-time, or stays at home with her children, she's giving something up. Are women destined to mourn the path they didn't follow? Find out what Dr Freeman has to say and join the conversation.

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