Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 21st, 2005
C.H. Chuang, at Pennsylvania State University, and colleagues wrote, "This study assesses the baseline knowledge of emergency contraception (EC) in a Boston neighborhood. A written survey was distributed to women aged 18-44 years in the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain."
Survey results showed:
* "Of the 188 participants, 82% have heard of EC.
* "Knowledge disparities by race/ethnicity groups were seen, with only 51% of Latina women and 75% of black women having heard of EC compared with 99%...
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