Now we’d like to turn to another matter at the intersection of health and policy. As we mentioned on this program last week, new provisions of a health care reform bill went into effect last week. And among them is the requirement that new health policies provide coverage for preventative services, including things like: standard vaccines, breast and colon cancer screenings, screenings for diabetes and so on.
But the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has sent a letter earlier this month to the Department of Health and Human Services, urging the exclusion of contraception and sterilization from that list of mandatory services of preventive care for women.
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