The Doctors' Case Against the Pill

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P. H. Wyden, 1969 - Birth control - 279 pages

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Contents

The The Silence That Could Kill You
5
Why Doctors Are Losing Faith in the Pill
21
How Doctors Treat Their Pill Patients
33
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

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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