New oral contraception study: pilot trial report. Royal College of General Practitioners' Manchester Research Unit.

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    The Journal of the Royal College of General…

Abstract

As a preliminary to a new large cohort study of steroidal contraception, two pilot studies have been carried out. The first estimated that the prevalence of never-use of oral contraceptives among sexually active women aged 16 to 29 years was only 5.1% which means it will be impractical to recruit never-user controls for the main study. The prevalence of… (More)

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@article{1986NewOC, title={New oral contraception study: pilot trial report. Royal College of General Practitioners' Manchester Research Unit.}, author={}, journal={The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners}, year={1986}, volume={36 293}, pages={545-6} }