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Friday, July 27, 2012

Q & A: Free Services for Women

 

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joined WebMD readers to answers questions about additional preventive services for women that will be covered in new health plans starting on or after Aug. 1. The changes are part of the 2010 health reform law.

Among the services included are: well-women visits, birth control, breastfeeding support and supplies, screening for gestational diabetes, domestic violence screening,  STD screening and HPV testing.

For more information, please read our news story:

Health Reform: No-Cost Contraception Starts Today

You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using #womenshealth

Posted by: guesteditor at 1:21 pm

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