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Cross-sectional studies have found that low-income and racial/ethnic minority women are more likely to use female… Expand Summary: This paper investigates and confirms the dramatic decline in female sterilization in New South Wales over the past… Expand About 50 studies based on the 1988 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) and a telephone reinterview conducted with the same… Expand OBJECTIVE
To investigate the rates of tubal occlusion, pregnancy, and side effects of repeated, monthly transcervical insertions… Expand Much evidence suggests that demand for sterilization is a function of supply of surgical sterilization services in less-developed… Expand
The discussion considers the current status of reversibility of sterilization in the US and describes clinical and experimental… Expand Eighty-four women were admitted to a study in Baroda, India, designed for evaluation of the efficacy of three transcervical… Expand Over a 10‐year period from December 1972, the reversal of routine surgical sterilizations in 252 women resulted in a high rate of… Expand The efficacy of transcervical insertions of quinacrine hydrochloride pellets to produce tubal occlusion has been evaluated in a… Expand
Doctors Melanio Gabriel and Carolena Gabriel work together in their family planning program with the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC), a… Expand