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Brook: Madeleine Simms: correspondence with Caroline Woodroffe and publications

Date
1970-1986
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SA/BRO/J/2
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Brook: Archives
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Includes: "The Abortion Act after three years", Political Quarterly, Vol 42, 1971 Charlotte Ingham and Madeleine Simms, "A consecutive series of 155 patients who applied for abortion at the Royal Northern Hospital, London, during the second and third quarters, 1970
Report to the Lane Committee from the Royal Northern Hospital, Holloway, N7 6LD (based on the previous paper), Jan 1972 "How Do We Judge the Abortion Act? Reflection on the Lane Committee and the 1967 Abortion Act", Public Health, Vol 87, 1973
"Merchants of Distress", re Babies for Burning, in unidentified journal, c. 1974
"Abortion law and medical freedom", British Journal of Criminology, Apr 1974
Letter to editor, "Attitudes to Abortion", British Medical Journal, 1 Jun 1974
Letter to editor, Ethics in Science and Medicine, Vol 3, 1976
Letter to editor, "Abortion on request", The Lancet, 19 Feb 1977
"Payments for Pills - Draft - Confidential", c. Jan 1978
"The rise and fall of the National Birth-Rate Commission", World Medicine, 28 Jun 1978
"The Abortion (Amendment) Bill: I: Before the Debate; 2: The second reading debate; 3: After the debates", New Humanist, Aug 1979
"The Medical-Woman Question: Reflections on an uncelebrated centenary", World Medicine, Vol 14 no 10, 24 Feb 1979
Cutting of letter to The Guardian as "Sally Robertson"
"Gains and losses for women", New Humanist, 100/2, Spring 1985
"Debate 2: Informed dissent: the views of some mothers of severely mentally handicapped young adults", Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol 12, 1986

Publication/Creation

1970-1986

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