Study emphasizes birth control education, helps pay for IUDs and implants
from Health Canal
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis want to know whether they can reduce the rate of unintended pregnancies at community clinics by providing contraceptive counseling that emphasizes the benefits of long-acting birth control, like IUDs and implants, and by making these methods available to women at sharply reduced costs or free of charge.
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