For the first time, in one volume of provocative essays, women speak out about their experiences with the American health-care system. From victims to victors, their reflections in Misdiagnosis: Woman As A Disease serve as an inspirational clarion call to all women who have been on the short end of American medicine. It is also a wake-up call to providers and institutions of medicine who, for more than a century, have treated women with arrogance and disrespect.
|Publisher||People's Medical Society|
|Number of Pages||249|