Published in AIDS Weekly, January 15th, 2001
The U.S. National Institutes of Health has awarded a $1 million grant to the three-year project, which will interview current and former diaphragm users and try to get young women at risk of contracting STDs to use the device.
After the pill emerged as the dominant form of birth control in the 1960s, the diaphragm went out of vogue. It is estimated that today just 2% of contraceptive users rely on the small, disc-shaped cap that a woman fits over her cervix, creating...
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