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Boston Women's Health Book Collective

Also known as Our Bodies Ourselves.  Forms a nonprofit, public interest women’s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization. Provides clear, truthful information about health, sexuality and reproduction from a feminist and consumer perspective.

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Global Reproductive Health Forum

Forms an organization that aims to encourage the proliferation of critical, democratic discussions about reproductive health, rights, and gender on the net. Site provides links to resources, global discussions, and forums.

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EBSCO Publishing
EBSCO has served the library industry for more than 60 years. By placing customers at the core of our business, we have tapped their ingenuity to assist us in developing the high quality products and services for which EBSCO is known. EBSCO is the only company to provide customers with an integrated service that combines reference databases, subscription management, online journals, books, linking services and A-to-Z solutions. Always at the leading edge, we continue to work to identify new challenges and combine technology with data to meet the information needs of our customers worldwide. (See Details)
Women's Universal Health Initiative

Focuses on how women can work for health care reform to create a fair and just health system. Aims to inform and educate diverse communities of women to work for health care reform.

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Coalition Against Trafficking in Women

Forms an organization that promotes women's human rights. Works internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms.

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Massachusetts Tobacco Education Clearinghouse (MTEC)
Harvard University Press
Adams Media Corporation
Center for Young Women's Health Children's Hospital Boston
Conducts research and offers health information, clinical care, and a variety of programs and services designed to educate and empower girls and young women ages 12-22. Web site provides links to consumer health information. (See Details)
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Forms a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School. (See Details)