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Sterilized Without Knowing: How Family Planning Programs Went Wrong in 1970s LA
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Sterilized Without Knowing: How Family Planning Programs Went Wrong in 1970s LA

Sterilized Without Knowing: How Family Planning Programs Went Wrong in 1970s LA

Sterilized Without Knowing: How Family Planning Programs Went Wrong in 1970s LA
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In the 1970s, Consuelo Hermosilo and nine other Latina women took L.A County Hospital to court for allegedly sterilizing them without proper consent.

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