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The intersections of gender and class in health status and health care / Aditi Iyer, Gita Sen & Piroska Östlin.
Gender, health, and human rights in sites of political exclusion /Melissa Laurie & Rosalind P. Petchesky.
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Sex, gender, and vulnerability / Rachel C. Snow.
Nurses, community health workers, and home carers: gendered human resources compensating for skewed health systems / Asha Georg.
Gender biases and discrimination: a review of health care interpersonal interactions / Veloshnee Govender & Loveday Penn-Kekana.
Strengthening accountability to citizens on gender and health / Ranjani K. Murthy.
Gender mainstreaming in health: looking back, looking forward / T.K. Sundari Ravindran & Aarti Kelkar-Khambete.

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