Five Questions With: Dr. Lucia Larson

"AS WITH everything else, those women who have less access to care are likely to come to us sicker," said Dr. Lucia Larson, director of obstetric and consultative medicine at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island. /
In pregnancy and childbirth, women’s primary doctors are ob/gyns – experts in reproductive health. But having a baby can affect the whole body, and a woman’s underlying health is a big factor in pregnancy. That is where Dr. Lucia Larson and her colleagues come in. Larson, an internist specializing in health complications surrounding pregnancy, was…

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