2017 20. The Women of the Rose

By Dorothy Gibbons

Rating:  4 out of 5

I became acquainted with Dr. Dixie Mellilo and The Rose in 1995.  I used to donate to them regularly, but have gotten out of that habit.  I need to get back into it.

This book is pretty well written by someone who is not specifically a writer.  The Rose’s history is pretty fascinating to me, and what this book has to teach about the realities of health care for the poor and uninsured is eye-opening.

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