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Dr. Donnica has been a frequent guest on ABC's "The View". While it's always fun to work with "the ladies" of daytime, meeting their other guests is also a pleasure. Pictured with Dr. Donnica in July 2006 are Keenan Ivory Wayans, Guest Host Deborah Roberts, Shawn and Marlon Wayans.
Dr. Donnica Moore was the weekly medical contributor to NBC's "Later Today" Show for its year long run. With hosts Asha Blake, Jodi Applegate and Florence Henderson, she discussed topics from Osteoporosis to heart disease, birth control to pregnancy, vitamins to menopause. Here she is on the set with the hosts and special guest Lauren Hutton, who discussed menopause and sexuality.
For nearly two years, Dr. Donnica was a frequent guest on NBC's "Weekend Today" show with Jack Ford and Jodi Applegate. She discussed important women's health topics from breast implants to migraine, from hormone replacement therapy to pregnancy.
NBC's Katie Couric of the "Today Show" has been the undisputed champion of American news broadcasting for years...now she has focused her efforts on championing American health. She has been an indefatigable advocate of colon cancer prevention and treatment since her husband, Jay Monahan, died from the disease at age 43. She has also championed osteoporosis prevention and treatment. Dr. Donnica is pictured here with Katie Couric after being awarded a national Achievement Award from the National Osteoporosis Foundation in 1999.
Dr. Donnica & Patti LaBelle have teamed up to support the "Vitality Campaign for Health and Wellness in Mid-life Women & Beyond". They are pictured here in NYC after giving several interviews on important women's health topics from menopause to diabetes and cancer to healthy cooking.
Medical illness is not beholden to laws of justice. Dr. Donnica was with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg at a gala to support the Society for Women's Health Research in Washington, DC, before Justice Ginsberg was diagnosed with colon cancer.
Dr. Donnica with several winners of the Readers' Digest 1999 Women's Health Heroes Awards. Front row left to right: Lila Wallis, MD, past President of the American Medical Women's Association; NBC's Katie Couric of the "Today Show"; and Dr. Donnica. Back row, left to right: Sandra Levison, MD, co-founder of the National Women's Health Medical Education Curriculum; and Sandra Fryhoffer, MD, President of the American College of Physicians.
Peggy Fleming is not only a world champion ice-skater, but a world champion of women's health. She is a breast cancer survivor and an outspoken advocate for preventive health. She was recently honored by the National Osteoporosis Foundation with their Achievement Award for her work to educate women about osteoporosis and calcium supplements.
Senator Specter accepts an award for his commitment to women's health research. The award was presented by Peter Schwartz, MD. (Left to right: Peter Schwartz, MD, Lauren Hutton, Sen. Specter, Donnica Moore, MD.)
Actress Lauren Hutton; Secretary of Health & Human Services, Donna Shalala; Medical Correspondent for NBC's Later Today, Donnica Moore, MD
Actress Sela Ward represents the picture of health and well-being ... and advocates that for other women. Here she is with Dr. Donnica for Women's Health Awards Gala in Washington, DC.
Actress Linda Dano is tough to keep up with - she's on three different soap operas at the same time! She does take time for her health, however, and to improve the health of others. She and Dr. Donnica spent a day speaking out about Osteoporosis.
Actress Robin Strasser is most well-known for her role on "One Life to Live" as Dorian Lord. She has also been a long-time menopause education advocate and a big supporter of the American Menopause Foundation, as well as the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
Three-time Olympic Champion runner Gail Devers has been crowned the fastest woman in the world, despite having a disease that slowed her down - Grave's Disease. She has become a champion of thyroid disease awareness and research. Actress Kelli Martin played a doctor in training on TV's hit show "ER", but in real life she learned much more about medicine than she ever cared to as her sister died of the devastating disease lupus. These superstars joined forces with the Society for Women's Health to launch Some Things Only A Woman Can Do (www.womancando.org) to advance women's health research.
Actress Jill Eikenberry is an outspoken breast cancer survivor; with her husband Michael Tucker, she has done a great deal to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and family support. Dr. Donnica was with them at one such event in NYC.
Millions of women suffer from migraine headaches, a painful but treatable condition. Speaking out about their migraine experiences in NYC with Dr. Donnica were actress Shari Belafonte, headache expert Dr. Meryl Diamond and actress Jackie Zeman.

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