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Dr. Bernard A. Eskin MD


Menopause-Geripause Centers

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Email: b***@***.edu

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Menopause-Geripause Centers

Background Information

Employment History


School of Medicine

Professor of OB and GYN

Drexel University


Emeritus Member
Society for Sex Therapy and Research




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Letter to the Editor July August 2008 | Menopause Management [cached]

"Geripause" is a term coined by Bernard Eskin,MD, in The Geripause:Medical Management during the Late Menopause.1 In a recent issue of Menopause Management Dr. Eskin was quoted as stating: "Early geripause is defined as beginning at age 65, and late geripause at age 85."2

Bernard A. Eskin, MS, MD Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology Director, Menopause-Geripause Centers Drexel University College of Medicine

March Apr 2008 Clinicians’ Forum | Menopause Management [cached]

*Bernard A. Eskin, MS, MD Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Director, Menopause-Geripause Centers

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A number of accepted geripause factors have already been clearly delineated.
Eskin and Troen's article entitled "Geripause: A Newly Defined Postmenopausal Phase"2 offers a commendable answer to this question and is a good follow-up to the goal of STRAW.
These would encompass only a change in terminology that wouldmore accurately describe what both the STRAW study and Eskin and Troen have used for early and late postmenopausal stages.
But thanks to Eskin and Troen, we can now more accurately describe the changes that occur in what is postmenopause or post-postmenopause, whether we call it early or late geripause, or EGPP or LGPP.
I favor adding the use of the term "geripause," as defined by Dr Bernard Eskin,1 to the STRAW classification.
Eskin, these also include endocrine, physiologic and neurologic changes.
Even before the need for these considerations became clear, Eskin coined the term "geripause," which painted the postmenopausal period as farmore protracted than was then understood. 4 In preparing to write the foreword for his text, I discussed this word with Professor Eskin and decided to reserve judgment.
Professor Eskin deserves our thanks for furnishing such a useful term.


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Dr. Bernard Eskin, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Philadelphia, has shown that the whole reproductive system requires iodine to work properly, especially breast and ovarian tissue. Because of the breast's affinity to both iodine and the circulating hormones of the thyroid, it has been suggested that the breast is likened to one big thyroid gland.

In a 1975 research study, Dr. ... [cached]

In a 1975 research study, Dr. Bernard Eskin of Drexel University demonstrated that deliberately blocking breast cells from access to iodine resulted in precancerous changes.

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