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THERE ARE no good doctors. That was the conclusion of a group of women who came together at a women’s liberation conference at Emmanuel College in 1969 to discuss their relationship to their bodies and their medical providers. Calling themselves the “doctors group,” they began meeting regularly to compare notes on their experiences and sift through medical information themselves. The eventual result was the classic women’s health book “Our Bodies, Ourselves,” which aimed to give women empowering, medically accurate information they couldn’t find anywhere else.

Originally a 193-page-pamphlet, it went on to sell more than four million copies and was translated into 31 languages.…

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