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Uploaded on Sep 2, 2010

About this talk:
We've come a long way in our willingness to talk about sex. However, as a public history scholar, Dr. Andrea Tone advocates for a media outreach campaign that focuses on sexual education, more contraceptive choices, and the reality of infection and disease. Here, she discusses the evolution of contraception, the pharmaceutical industry, and whether the birth control pill can be considered a "marvelous feminine triumph."

About this speaker:
Andrea Tone, Ph.D., is a professor of history, author, and holds the Canada Research Chair in the Social History of Medicine at McGill University. Tone's research explores women and health, medical technology, sexuality, psychiatry and industry.

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