What women need in health-care reform

October 1998
Glamour;Oct98, Vol. 96 Issue 10, p122
Editorial. Presents provisions that should be included in a women's health-care bill of rights. Unimpeded access to gynecologists and other sources of women's primary care; Equal coverage of mental health treatment; Full coverage of reproductive health care; Access to clinical trials; Universal access to health insurance.


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