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Remembering Esther Rome

Rome cofounded the Boston's Women's Health Collective, which published the book that became women's bible for healthcare, Our Bodies Ourselves. She talked with Terry in 1990 when the Women's Health Collective was celebrating it's 20th anniversary. Rome died of breast cancer on Saturday, June 24, 1995.

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Other segments from the episode on June 27, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 27, 1995: Interview with John Hockenberry; Review of Bo Skovhus's album "Lieder on Poems by Joseph von Eichendorff"; Obituary for Esther Rome.

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