Participation of low-income urban women in a public health birth control program.


564 low-income nonwhite mothers (median age 22 years) were evaluated by the District of Columbia Health Services Administration between November 1964 and December 1965 to determine, among other things, 1) the extent of their continuing participation in a birth control program, 2) birth reduction due to the program, and 3) reasons for discontinuation of… (More)


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