Series of talks and lectures on a broad range of issues related to women and health. In addition to specific medical problems
such as cardiovascular health, reproductive tract cancers, osteoporosis, lupus, and autoimmune diseases, subjects include
social issues such as drug abuse recovery programs, female circumcision, alternative medicine, health concerns of Asian and
Pacific Islander women, Black women, and other specific groups of women; personal stories of illness and recovery; and profiles
of women in medicine (Lori Arviso Alvord, assistant professor of surgery at Dartmouth Medical School and former First Navajo
surgeon in Gallup, New Mexico).
The Stanford Channel is managed by Stanford University's Information Technology Systems and Services (ITSS), specifically
Communication Services. Its broadcasts include telecourses, original programs, lectures, conferences, and Stanford sports
2.63 Linear feet 21 videotapes (VHS)
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