Why arent U.S. women using long-acting contraception?

@inproceedings{Tanfer2000WhyAU,
  title={Why arent U.S. women using long-acting contraception?},
  author={Koray Tanfer and Susan K. Wierzbicki and Betsy Payn},
  year={2000}
}
The authors analyzed data from the 1993 and 1995 rounds of the National Survey of Women to examine the reasons given by women for not using implants or injectables their use intentions of these two methods and their attitudes toward these methods that are likely to influence their decision to use or not use these methods in the future. The authors used logistic regression models to identify the social and demographic characteristics of women that influence their decision not to use these… CONTINUE READING

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