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National women's health action at the F.D.A. Sept. 20, 1994

United States : s.n., 1994.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 28 x 22 cm.

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Purple flyer with no illustrations. A central compartment of text, with four bullet points: 1) Women with cancer, AIDS, and other serious diseases can't get access to potentially lifesaving drugs ... ; 2) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval is necessary for medical treatments used by doctors in the U.S. ; 3) Pharmaceutical companies sell drugs newly approved by the FDA without knowing how those drugs will affect most women ... ; 4) The FDA makes rules for how medical treatments are tested, and the drug companies have to follow those rules to get their products approved for sale ... ; 5) Women have been demanding action from the FDA for at least 15 years and have been ignored. This compartment is surrounded by a light gray border of text that satirizes the F.D.A. name with three-word names and phrases starting with the same initials (e.g. "Federal Department of Androcentrism"). Contact names and telephone numbers of people in three states are listed.

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<p>Purple flyer with no illustrations.  A central compartment of text, with four bullet points: 1) Women with cancer, AIDS, and other serious diseases can't get access to potentially lifesaving drugs ... ; 2) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval is necessary for medical treatments used by doctors in the U.S. ; 3) Pharmaceutical companies sell drugs newly approved by the FDA without knowing how those drugs will affect most women ... ; 4) The FDA makes rules for how medical treatments are tested, and the drug companies have to follow those rules to get their products approved for sale ... ; 5) Women have been demanding action from the FDA for at least 15 years and have been ignored.  This compartment is surrounded by a light gray border of text that satirizes the F.D.A. name with three-word names and phrases starting with the same initials (e.g. "Federal Department of Androcentrism").  Contact names and telephone numbers of people in three states are listed.</p>
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National women's health action at the F.D.A. Sept. 20, 1994

United States : s.n., 1994.

<p>Purple flyer with no illustrations.  A central compartment of text, with four bullet points: 1) Women with cancer, AIDS, and other serious diseases can't get access to potentially lifesaving drugs ... ; 2) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval is necessary for medical treatments used by doctors in the U.S. ; 3) Pharmaceutical companies sell drugs newly approved by the FDA without knowing how those drugs will affect most women ... ; 4) The FDA makes rules for how medical treatments are tested, and the drug companies have to follow those rules to get their products approved for sale ... ; 5) Women have been demanding action from the FDA for at least 15 years and have been ignored.  This compartment is surrounded by a light gray border of text that satirizes the F.D.A. name with three-word names and phrases starting with the same initials (e.g. "Federal Department of Androcentrism").  Contact names and telephone numbers of people in three states are listed.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 28 x 22 cm.

ABSTRACT

Purple flyer with no illustrations. A central compartment of text, with four bullet points: 1) Women with cancer, AIDS, and other serious diseases can't get access to potentially lifesaving drugs ... ; 2) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval is necessary for medical treatments used by doctors in the U.S. ; 3) Pharmaceutical companies sell drugs newly approved by the FDA without knowing how those drugs will affect most women ... ; 4) The FDA makes rules for how medical treatments are tested, and the drug companies have to follow those rules to get their products approved for sale ... ; 5) Women have been demanding action from the FDA for at least 15 years and have been ignored. This compartment is surrounded by a light gray border of text that satirizes the F.D.A. name with three-word names and phrases starting with the same initials (e.g. "Federal Department of Androcentrism"). Contact names and telephone numbers of people in three states are listed.

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