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A Twentieth-Century Story of Breast Cancer, Women, and Their DoctorsIn the first cultural history of breast cancer, Ellen Leopold asks how sexual politics have shaped the relationship between patient and physician, and how a disease recently shrouded in secrecy has become so public.
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