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2. Women's Health—Mark A. Peterson
4. Mass Screening in Low-Income Populations: The Challenges of Securing Diagnostic and Treatment Services in a National Cancer Screening Program—Paula M. Lantz, Lisa C. Richardson, Lowell E. Sever, Debra J. Macklem, Martha L. Hare, Carlyn E. Orians, and Rosemarie Henson
5. "A Tempest in a Cocktail Glass": Mothers, Alcohol, and Television, 1977–1996—Janet Golden
6. The Jury Is Still In: Florida's Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Plan after a Decade—David M. Studdert, Lori A. Fritz, and Troyen A. Brennan
7. The Determinants of Time off Work after Childbirth—Patricia McGovern, Bryan Dowd, Dwenda Gjerdingen, Ira Moscovice, Laura Kochevar, and Sarah Murphy
8. Book Review Editor's Introduction—David M. Frankford
9. The Past, Present, and Future of Long-Term Care — A Women's Issue?, Robert B. Hudson, ed. —Joanna K. Weinberg
10. Women's Health Care: Activist Traditions and Institutional Change, Carol S. Weisman—Trude Bennett
11. Crack Mothers: Pregnancy, Drugs, and the Media, Drew Humphries—George W. Dowdall
12. From Midwives to Medicine: The Birth of American Gynecology, Deborah Kuhn McGregor—Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good
13. Misconceiving Mothers: Legislators, Prosecutors, and the Politics of Prenatal Drug Exposure, Laura E. Gomez—Drew Humphries
14. The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria," the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual Satisfaction, Rachel P. Maines—Margaret Marsh
15. Disciplining Reproduction: Modernity, American Life Sciences, and the Problems of Sex, Adele E. Clarke—Lynn M. Morgan
16. The Politics of Women's Health: Exploring Agency and Autonomy, Susan Sherwin and the Feminist Health Care Ethics Research Network—Miriam Solomon
17. Empowerment and Women's Health: Theory, Methods, and Practice, Jane Stein—Carol S. Weisman
18. News and Notes—Christopher J. Conover
19. News from Affiliated Organizations
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