Elisabeth Rosenthal

ELISABETH L. ROSENTHAL is a New York Times senior writer who trained as a medical doctor, and the author of "Paying Till it Hurts," the award-winning series on health care costs and pricing. During 20 years as a reporter and correspondent for The New York Times, she has covered a wide variety of subjects. Born in New York City, Rosenthal received a B.S. degree in biology from Stanford University, an M.A. degree in English literature from Cambridge University, and an M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School.

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The Case of the Chewable Birth Control Pill

by Elisabeth Rosenthal

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