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13 May 2011

New birth control methods needed

New contraceptive methods are needed for developing world women, including one in four in sub-Saharan Africa, whose needs for modern birth control are not being met.

New contraceptive methods are needed for developing world women, including one in four in sub-Saharan Africa, whose needs for modern birth control are not being met, a study has found.

"Seven in 10 women with unmet need in the three regions cite reasons for non-use that could be rectified with appropriate methods."

 
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