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‘Struck by our ignorance,’ the women’s health movement and the story of Our Bodies, Ourselves

March 2, 2015

By Margie Coloian

Judy Norsigian knew little about the women’s movement when she was living on a New York farm in the early 1970s. A trip back to Boston and a fortuitous introduction to a small group of women, the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, made her realize just how hard it was for women to get good health and medical information, as well as responsive care from their doctors.

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We’re treating lab results–not patients

March 2, 2015

By Margie Coloian

What is your overall impression of the healthcare system in the United States?

We have the worst organized system in the world. In fact, you can’t invent a worse medical system. We waste hundreds of billions of dollars on unnecessary testing and treatments, at the same time that we neglect those who are truly sick. All of this while we spend twice as much per capita as any only developed nation. And we achieve lousy outcomes.

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