MacArthur Medical Center was able to support the kids of Irving through the Supplies For Success program. Watch on YouTube »
Dr. Arguello with Medical City Las Colinas was featured on Channel 5 NBC Dallas Fort Worth News, talking about the new cervical cancer guidelines and how they could make pap smears more infrequent. New cervical cancer screening recommendations that came out on August21 have started to make old-fashioned Pap smears a thing of the past for women over 30. Watch on 5 NBC News »
Pregnant evacuees from the Houston area as a result of Hurricane Harvey are offered medical attention at MacArthur OB/GYN in Irving, Texas. Watch on YouTube »
North Texas doctors are coming to the aid of displaced Harvey evacuees in desperate need of medical care. Many are waiving fees or treating patients, no questions asked. They say it’s the least they can do to help. See the full story on NBCDFW.
This year marks the tenth year of the HPV vaccination program in the U.S. A new study released on Monday compared two and three doses of the vaccine and a new policy is now being recommended. Watch full news story on NBCDFW.com.
Texas health officials confirmed Tuesday that an infant who passed away shortly after birth in Harris County had microcephaly linked to the Zika virus. Dr. Andrea Arguello, an OB/GYN affiliated with Las Colinas Medical Center, weighs in. Watch the full news story on NBCDFW.com.
Dr. Andrea Arguello discusses a new procedure called Acessa for minimally invasive treatment of uterine fibroids. This procedure helps eliminate fibroid related symptoms without having to have a hysterectomy.
OB/GYN, Dr. Andrea Arguello from MacArthur OB/GYN in Irving, discusses the Zika Virus and its affect on the community. See the full news story on WFAA.com.
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