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Sue Woodman
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Non-Fiction
Last Rights: The Struggle over the Right to Die
2001, Perseus Books
"The right to die is the last frontier for personal choice or, as some regard it, the ultimate human rights crusade. The implementation of this right would cause a profound social revolution for the medical profession, the religious community, bio-ethicists, lawyers and, of course, for us, the patients and future patients, who would be able to invoke that 'right.'"
BABY BOOMERS: Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties?
Chapter Three: A Boomer's Perception
2005, Springer Publishing
"It began with sexual politics and expanded into all areas of our healthcare, as we have passed through the milestones. The sexual revolution, the abortion movement, the vast campaign for breast cancer funding, activism over AIDS research, and now, a fast-growing market in anti-aging medicine - these have all contributed to some of the most sweeping changes in modern health care."
Journalism
The Women's Enron
The Nation
"In recent years, hormone replacement therapy, a potentially carcinogenic regimen, has been marketed with the nonchalance of a vitamin pill: HRT advertising suggests that almost no woman over 50 couldn't benefit from it somehow. "
Web Copy
Gimme Shelter!
www.CultureCatch.com
"Nobby Clark has had a long career in the U.K. as a press photographer and a portraitist. As this show makes clear, he is equally talented at capturing both stillness and action. Just look at the two old folks on a bench somewhere, drooping shoulders, lined faces, and a bottle of Old English beer between them. And then go look at a photo of Mick Jagger's 33-year-old bum in motion."
Feeding America
www.ElderlawAnswers.com
"Three million seniors seek out their meal services each year, and the organization expects that number to grow by 20 percent in the coming year. Feeding America reports that some 30 percent of the country's elderly have to choose between paying for food or for medicine."