The menopause industry: how the medical establishment exploits women

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Hunter House, Sep 1, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 370 pages

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THE MENOPAUSE INDUSTRY: How the Medical Establishment Exploits Women

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Coney (The Unfortunate Experiment, not reviewed) argues that although the medical profession presents menopause as a disease, it is a natural life passage that many women experience painlessly and ... Read full review

The menopause industry: how the medical establishment exploits women

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Originally published in New Zealand, this book offers a unique view of menopause. Unlike Germaine Greer's The Pause (LJ 9/15/92), which addresses the broad social issues, and Eileen Nechas and Denise ... Read full review

Contents

Preface by Paula B DoressWorters
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The Medicalization of Midlife
18
The Fabulous Midlife Woman
40
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