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Tweet A more diverse medical profession means better care for a diverse America. Five years after Dr. Tiller’s murder, abortion clinics remain at risk. The price of a sex-slave rescue fantasy. Are you shocked?  Google is overwhelmingly white and male. Tweet
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#TransHealthcareNow: Why now is the time for the most vital form of trans inclusion

TweetConferences tend to be rather staid affairs that are rigidly structured by lovelessly adumbrated agendas. Pre-planned panels and speeches dominate those agendas. Thus, when someone goes off-script somehow, the results are bound to be fascinating. Last Thursday the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) in New York City provided a happy off-ramp from the script of [...]
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Satirical GOP “how to talk to women” guide mirrors reality for the sexism-plagued party

Tweet Here’s something you don’t see everyday: satire so spot-on, it’s actually true. Tweet
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In reversal, board says gynecologists may treat men

TweetYesterday Vero wrote about the ”arbitrary, discriminatory, unnecessary, and dangerous” rule that obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYNs) must only treat cisgender women if they plan on keeping their board certification. “There is no good reason why any physician should be barred from providing services they are qualified to provide,” she wrote, adding that it is was “worrying” how little thought the certifying board appeared [...]
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Forget the headlines: Here are 5 fundamental facts about Obamacare (with bonus GIFs)

Tweet1. You have until December 15th to sign up. I’m currently uninsured and I’ve gone onto the New York exchange to compare my options.  Like I’ve said before, I had 124 choices, so going through them is taking time.  But let’s be real: I’m probably going to be like this until the first deadline on [...]
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