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North Carolina settles forced sterilization lawsuit; how "Obamacare" affects you; new lung cancer screening recommendations handed down; and more health news.
The first serious proposal to compensate victims of forced sterilization failed when North Carolina legislators said they were not approving any money for them.
The state of North Carolina has issued an apology to victims who were sterilized under state eugenics laws and is working on a plan to compensate victims.
A task force is recommending to the state of North Carolina that women who were sterilized against their will be paid $50,000 each.