Suspect online sellers and contraceptive access.

@article{Liang2012SuspectOS,
  title={Suspect online sellers and contraceptive access.},
  author={Bryan Albert Liang and Tim Ken Mackey and Kimberly M. Lovett},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={2012},
  volume={86 5},
  pages={551-6}
}
BACKGROUND Issues surrounding contraception access have been a national focus. During this debate, adolescent and adult women may seek these products online. Due to safety concerns, including potential counterfeit forms, we wished to assess whether online "no prescription" contraceptives were available. STUDY DESIGN We assessed online availability of reversible, prescription contraceptive methods resulting in <10 undesired pregnancies/year, i.e., Depo-Provera shot; oral contraceptives… CONTINUE READING
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