Improving methods of emergency contraception.

  • Published 1999 in Progress in human reproduction research

Abstract

This article discusses the importance of emergency contraception in family planning. Widespread availability of emergency contraception can help reduce the estimated 50 million abortions carried out annually and can help save women's lives and health. However, emergency contraception is not widely known or available in many countries and most family… (More)

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@article{1999ImprovingMO, title={Improving methods of emergency contraception.}, author={}, journal={Progress in human reproduction research}, year={1999}, volume={51}, pages={1} }