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New health law broadens free preventive services for women; men fare less well
Washington Post

The Affordable Care Act of 2010 greatly expanded women’s access to free preventive services, particularly for sexual and reproductive health . Men didn’t fare nearly as well. The ACA guidelines’ promise of free contraception may have generated the most controversy, but the law also provides many other services for women, including free screening for HIV, chlamydia and gonorrhea, and pregnancy-related benefits such as screening for gestational diabetes, and breast-feeding support, supplies and counseling.

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