Seema Mohapatra

Barry University School of Law

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Professor of Law at Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida where she focuses on health law and bioethics

Seema Mohapatra on KCRW

“Not since the birth control pill has a medical technology had such potential to change family and career planning.”

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“Not since the birth control pill has a medical technology had such potential to change family and career planning.”

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