Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 4th, 1996
A survey, conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation in January 1996, found that only one quarter of reproductive aged women consider birth control pills 'very safe,' and 34 percent believed a woman's risk of ovarian cancer is increased by pill use, when, in fact, the pill reduces the lifetime risk.
The survey, a random telephone sample of 1,000 Americans aged 18 and older, was released at a press briefing January 31, 1996, in New York City, which was co-sponsored by...
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