Providers, Clients Okay Emergency Contraception In Nairobi and Mexico City

Gerstein, L.
June 2000
International Family Planning Perspectives;Jun2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p95
Academic Journal
Presents two studies on the knowledge, attitudes and practices concerning emergency contraception in Mexico City, Mexico and Kenya, Nairobi. Providers and clients' approval of emergency contraception; Clients' lack of accurate information about the Yuzpe method; Concerns about side effects.


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