What else we're reading
Duke lacrosse, Clinton marriage, cervical cancer vaccine you know, nothing controversial.
May 25, 2006 1:36AM (UTC)
New York Times: "Increasingly, cervical cancer will become a disease of poor women who have limited or no access to basic health care."
New York Times, deux: Further dissection of the Clinton marriage, "the most dissected relationship in American life."
MSNBC: Duke lacrosse women wear sweatbands reading "innocent" in solidarity with male players facing rape charges.
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