A Management View of Reproductive Health

  • J. Plaut
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Abstract

I approach this subject as one trained in engineering and law who has worked in industry, and earlier in US regulatory agencies. Although my responsibility is to manage industry environmental (that is, pollution control), occupational health and safety activities, I hope I will bring to you some different perspectives.

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