Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, September 4th, 2005
Investigators at Rockefeller University noted, "Although a steady increase in contraceptive use has been observed in developed and less-developed countries, the contraceptive needs of a significant proportion of couples have not yet been met, resulting in an increase in unplanned pregnancies."
"Several new contraceptive products have reached the market during the past few years," wrote R. Sitrukware and colleagues. "Among these are new implants, a medicated intrauterine device, contraceptive vaginal rings, transdermal patches and several new regimen of combined...
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