Dual purpose contraceptives: targeting fertility and sexually transmitted disease.


There have been no radically new forms of contraception since the pill was introduced 1960 and even this form of fertility regulation can be traced back to endocrine advances that were made in the 1920s. Whatever new forms of fertility control we introduce for the future, they should exploit the significant advances that have been made in our understanding… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jri.2010.12.001


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