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Women who are approaching the menopause usually do not do so gladly. Their admitted age in years may become immobilized as youth recedes. Some of their anxiety, usually based on a combination of ignorance and the gossipy folklore of the woman's club or the afternoon tea, may be dispelled by putting this little book in their hands. It is full of well-known and generally accepted information set forth clearly in a style that nontechnically trained people can understand. This booklet is small enough to fit
Bean WB. Women of Forty: The Menopausal Syndrome. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1957;99(6):1017–1018. doi:10.1001/archinte.1957.00260060177022
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