Contraceptive counseling for transgender and gender diverse people who were female sex assigned at birth.

  title={Contraceptive counseling for transgender and gender diverse people who were female sex assigned at birth.},
  author={Adam Bonnington and Shokoufeh Dianat and J. L. Kerns and Jen Hastings and Mitzi Hawkins and Gene De haan and Juno Obedin-Maliver},
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