Retrospective: On Reproductive Health Care
12 days ago - By The Medical Care Blog
The Medical Care Blog is returning from its summer break this month. We hope you are feeling recharged and ready to dig deep again into health care and public health. We're beginning with a series of retrospective posts to highlight the work of our contributors on prominent topics.
This week, we focus on a collection of five exceptional articles from our blog on reproductive health care. With Roe v. Wade now overturned, and the implications for public health becoming clearer, these five articles are very much worth revisiting.
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