Pooja BhulaAfter the launch of the Right to Pee campaign, there has been a lot of awareness about the need for public urinals. So it`s time we understand why this facility is so important and why the lack of it affects women far more than it does men.Dr Kamakshi Bhate, associate professor with the department of preventive and social medicine at KEM hospital and a member-secretary of MCGM’s Gender Resource Centre, talks to Pooja Bhula, about the link between inadequate urinals and diseases common to women.
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