The Doctors' Case Against the Pill

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Doubleday, 1980 - Contraception - 239 pages
Considered the definitive statement on modern birth-control technologies, this Anniversary Edition includes new, up-to-date chapters on the dangers of Norplant and the risks women on the Pill face today. Because it tells the truth about the Pill, this book provides women with the information they need to make good choices for their own body.

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Who Takes the Pill?
Julie Is Not a Statistic
Number One Danger

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Barbara Seaman, a cofounder of the National Women's Health Network, was cited by the Library of Congress as the author who raised sexism in health care as a worldwide issue. Her books include "The Doctor's Case Against the Pill", "Free & Female", "Women & the Crisis in Sex Hormones" & "Lovely Me: The Life of Jacqueline Susann". She has three children & three grandchildren & lives in New York City.

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