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"This article is a call to health advocates to use their professional advocacy training to improve cooperation among women on topics of mutual benefit. Women must emphasize their mutual needs and downplay their differences if they are to accelerate progress. A case in point is the Pap controversy."
Glascoff, Susan Titus
"New Pap Technology as Catalyst to Unite Women for Promoting Mutual Benefits,"
Health Advocacy Bulletin: Vol. 5
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.slc.edu/hapbulletin/vol5/iss3/8