Women’s health advocates question state plans for Well Woman Program
By Kay Nolan, March 12, 2014
Kay Nolan is a contributing writer for WisPolitics.com. This article ran in the March 12, 2014 issue.
MILWAUKEE — Women’s health advocates are urging the state to reconsider plans to restructure a program that offers free health services to low-income women.
Dawn Anderson, executive director of the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition, told WisPolitics.com that her group — officially the only state breast cancer group to focus on policy — is now gathering support from other breast cancer organizations that normally avoid politics.