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From the Publisher"This edited volume is a much-needed and timely collection, comprehensively mapping out the issues most central to Latina health today. The collection raises not only issues central to research and scholarship on Latina health, it also serves as a guide for future policy decisions in regard to Latina health. Latina Health in the United States stands as a definitive collection for years to come."
— Natalia Molina, associate professor of ethnic studies, University of California, San Diego
"An extraordinarily valuable volume detailing and analyzing the complex realities of Latina health in the US and the social, cultural and economic factors that influence them. Essential reading for health workers, public health professionals, educators, students, and other caregivers written by the best in the field."
— Ruth Sidel, professor of sociology, Hunter College and author, Keeping Women and Children Last: America's War on the Poor