Women's Health Issues
Vol. 7, No. 4, July/August 1997

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Editorial
If a Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing, What About a Lot of Knowledge: What Have We Learned From Pandora? Nada L. Stotland, 201

Human Genome Conference -- Articles and Introduction
The Human Genome Project and Women, Mary B. Mahowald, 204

An Overview of the Human Genome Project and Its Implications for Women, Mary B. Mahowald, 206

The Human Genome Project and Breast Cancer, Olufunmilayo I. Olopade, 209

Genetic Accountability and Pregnant Women, Karen H. Rothenberg, 215

Genetic Counseling and Women, Beth A. Fine, 220

Policy Implications of the Human Genome Project for Women, Christine K. Cassel, 225

Gender Justice in Genetics, Mary B. Mahowald, 230

Articles
Defining and Measuring Unintended Pregnancy: Issues and Concerns, Ruth Petersen, Merry-K. Moos, 234

In Quest of the Perfect Analogy for Using In Vitro Fertilization Patients as Oocyte Donors, Jeffrey A. Nisker, 241

Women's Health Education for Medical Students: An Interdisciplinary Response, Diane M. Magrane, 248

Experience and Acceptability of Medical Abortion with Mifepristone and Misoprostol Among U.S. Women, Linda J. Beckman, S. Marie Harvey, 253

Learning to Ask About Domestic Violence, Harriet V. Coeling, Gloria Harman, 263

Evaluation of an HIV/AIDS Education Program in an Urban Prenatal Clinic, Andrea Carlson Gielen, Ruth R. Faden, Nancy E. Kass, Patricial O'Campo, Richard Chaisson, Linda Watkinson, 269