Cervical cap: newest birth control choice

Segal, M.
September 1988
FDA Consumer;Sep88, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p32
Describes the Prentif cervical cap birth control device which was approved for general use by the US Food and Drug Administration in May, 1988. History of cervical caps.


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