Dr. Napier starts to promote women's health issues by holding seminars and giving out information to her new patients. She particularly wants to ensure that they know about various approaches to birth control. Doctor Finlay is supportive but warns her to go slow. Not surprisingly, she gets a somewhat frosty reception from some of the older members of the community but some of the younger women seem more receptive to what she has to say. She also treats Greta Johnstone, someone who for years has suffered humiliation and pain for a condition that can easily be corrected with surgery. Meanwhile, Rhona is quite taken with a handsome young dance instructor but is upset when she sees him kissing someone else.- Written by garykmcd
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