Main : health, human rights, medicine, non-fiction
215 x 137 mm
Judith Richter examines the research into a new class of birth control methods in which the body is challenged by immuno-contraceptives or anti-fertility ‘vaccines’. A model book that challenges unorthodox and dangerous research on women’s bodies and on their lives. A book that has wrought changes to research and stopped further development of medicines that create harm. Recommended for courses in medical ethics and health.
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‘Judith Richter cautions us about the dangers that threaten the very existence of the human race. The scientific world and those concerned about human development must take heed.’Dr Florence Manguyux, President, Medical Women’s International Association
'Richter’s serious and compelling critique of immunological contraceptives … is a major contribution to the international women’s health movement.’Betsy Hartmann
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