Women's Health, Women's Lives Review Essay of WHAT MAKES WOMEN SICK: GENDER and the POLITICAL ECONOMY of HEALTH by Lesley Doyal; GENDER and HEALTH: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Edited by Carolyn F. Sargent and Caroline B. Brettell; WOMEN, POVERTY and AIDS: SEX, DRUGS and STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE Edited by Paul Farmer, Margaret Connors and Janie Simmons; CHOOSING UNSAFE SEX: AIDS-RISK DENIAL AMONG DISADVANTAGED WOMEN by E.J. Sobo; WOMEN in PAIN: GENDER and MORBIDITY in MEXICO by Kaja Finkler
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Medical Anthropology Quarterly 1998 September; 12(3): 384-390
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