Helena Kopp Kallner

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a novel intrauterine system, levonorgestrel intrauterine system 13.5 mg vs. oral contraception, in women at risk of unintended pregnancy. DESIGN Cost-effectiveness model using efficacy and discontinuation data from published articles. SETTING Societal perspective including direct and indirect costs. (More)
Preservation of fertility and optimizing health before pregnancy is becoming increasingly important in societies where childbirth often is postponed. Research shows that as women postpone childbirth they achieve higher levels of education and higher incomes. This leads to advantages for their children and for society. However, as women postpone childbearing(More)
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