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Kary L. Moss
December 1996 by Duke University Press .
Written in English
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“Man-Made Medicine’s insightful essays about women’s medical mistreatment turn upside down that tired notion that biology is destiny: it is rather, as one of the essayists puts it, society’s sexist conception of femininity that ‘gets into the body and transforms our biology.’ This is an important book that health policymakers should.
Man-Made Medicine’s insightful essays about women’s medical mistreatment turn upside down that tired notion that biology is destiny: it is rather, as one of the essayists puts it, society’s sexist conception of femininity that ‘gets into the body and transforms our biology.’ This is an important book that health policymakers should be Author: Kary L.
Moss. “Man-Made Medicine’s insightful essays about women’s medical mistreatment turn upside down that tired notion that biology is destiny: it is rather, as one of the essayists puts it, society’s sexist conception of femininity that ‘gets into the body and transforms our biology.’ This is an important book that health policymakers should.
This is an important book that health policymakers should be reading, and following."-Susan Faludi, â€œ Man-Made Medicine â€™s insightful essays about womenâ€™s medical mistreatment turn upside down that tired notion that biology is destiny: it is rather, as one of. Suggesting no less than a radical rethinking of women’s medicine, Man-Made Medicine gives essential direction to the discussions that will shape the future of health care in this country.
It will be of great interest to a wide audience, including health care advocates, policymakers, scholars, and readers generally concerned with women’s Author: Kary L. Moss. Man-made medicine: women's health, public policy, and reform User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Edited by the executive director of the Maurice and Jane Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice in Detroit, this anthology of articles by physicians, lawyers, activists, and scholars Reviews: 1.
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