Specialized Treatment Programs

Center for Research and Advanced Fibroid Treatment (CRAFT)

Dr. Jeannie Kim using specialized equipment

Columbia’s Center for Research and Advanced Fibroid Treatment (CRAFT) provides comprehensive, advanced treatment for women with uterine fibroids. Our patients have access to the latest fibroid treatments, including hormonal management, myomectomy, and hysterectomy. Patients also have access to novel investigative treatments, such as laparoscopic guided radiofrequency fibroid ablation.

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Endometriosis Treatment Program

Dr. Arnold Advincula talking to a patient about common conditions of the uterus.

Columbia’s innovative Endometriosis Treatment Program focuses on treating symptoms of endometriosis as well as fertility preservation. Our goal is early diagnosis of endometriosis and the least invasive treatment possible, so that patients can return to normal, pain-free daily life. We offer expertise with a full range of medical and minimally invasive surgical treatment options so that fertility preservation can be our top priority for patients with those concerns.

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Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Program

Dr. June Hou and Dr. Meghna Trivedi standing on a skyway at Columbia University Irving Medical Center

The Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Program aims to empower women with knowledge about their individualized risk and to provide seamless integration of diagnostic testing, risk-reducing strategies, and clinical research trials to achieve a personalized strategy for cancer prevention and treatment.

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Preterm Birth Prevention Center

A new mom holding her infant

The Preterm Birth Prevention Center is dedicated to improving perinatal outcomes by providing personalized medical care for women at high risk for premature birth. We work with patients to determine which interventions will lower their risk for preterm birth and use cutting-edge research to offer the most advanced treatments possible.

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