Where Women Have No Doctor
In the context of inequity which makes achieving `health for all’ extremely difficult, Where Women Have No Doctor attempts to give access to health information to those who lack it. The authors applaud the book, and stress that there is great need for this information, despite criticism from the book’s reviewer in Development in Practice 8(3).
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