The Hidden Hurdle

Cross, Katherine
February 2010
PN;Feb2010, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p48
Trade Publication
The article presents a study, conducted by female researchers at Wayne State University (WSU) in Detroit, Michigan, on the experiences of women after spinal-cord injury (SCI). Researchers discovered that some doctor's-office policies forces women to make a hard decision about going to the doctor for basic care. A researcher distinguished that the most serious health challenge faced by women having SCI is a need of having mammograms and pelvic exams. INSET: Have You Heard?.


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