Commenting on the case of the haredi woman whose rabbi has in effect ruled her to be in nida for the next 12 to 15 months, Anonymous writes:
There was a famous case in the 1950's in Israel of a woman who was in a
state of perpetual nida. Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach wrote a brilliant
teshuva article in the old Moriah journal describing a radical solution
but well within the framework of halacha.
But sadly, within days the posters went up in Meah Sha'arim denouncing
him and threatening him.
He withdrew the article.
Halacha rules by threats.
I also was told by a leading haredi rabbi and rosh yeshiva of another possible solution to this woman's problem (which really seems to be her rabbi's problem, but I digress). You can read about that, and comment, on the original post