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Population Control

27 Feb 1998

Sex, Lies and Population Lullabies:

Unethical Clinical trials for Contraceptive Research

A lecture-discussion by

Shree Mulay

Shree Mulay, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine and Physiology at McGill University and the director of the McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women, has been actively involved in areas of bioethics of contraceptive research, reproductive rights of women, and issues of particular concern to immigrant and refugee women. She is the recipient of the 1997 Prix Idola Saint-Jean award for exceptional contribution for the cause of women in Quebec given by the Federation des Femmes du Quebec as well as the 1998 Distinguished Indo-Canadian award from the National Association of Canadians with origins in India.

Friday, February 27, 1998

7:00pm Room 2-105, MIT

Sponsored by:

Womens Studies Program at MIT

Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia

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The Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia was formed in 1993 to combat rising religious intolerance in South Asia and to campaign for peace and justice in the region. We are committed to working towards a just, non-violent resolution of the crisis we are currently living through. If you are interested in joining us in this work, please call 617-983-3934 or e-mail

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