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Letter: Thank you South San Francisco
September 03, 2013, 05:00 AM

Editor,

I was thrilled to read the Aug. 29 article, “SSF gives OK for Planned Parenthood.” I’m proud of the Peninsula, of the South San Francisco Planning Commission and the City Council.

Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and their health centers offer high quality, affordable health care. It provides much-needed preventive services such as breast- and cervical-cancer screenings, family planning, prenatal care and primary care for adults and children. Planned Parenthood is also a source of educational resources for the community, providing services to help families plan their pregnancies and tools for families to increase communication about sexual health.

I’d like to thank South San Francisco for keeping the health of women, families and communities a priority on the Peninsula.

Cynthia Hunter

San Carlos

 

 

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