Solve the accessibility issue by reducing the need?

Eggertson, Laura
March 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/20/2001, Vol. 164 Issue 6, p848
Academic Journal
Discusses efforts in Canada to reduce its abortion rate through pregnancy prevention. Planned Parenthood's emergency contraception campaign which appeared to reduce pregnancy among teenagers and women under 24; Details of the campaign; Recommendation of the morning-after pill.


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