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The Intrauterine Device in Women of Childbearing Age Has A Greater Long-Term Cost-Benefit than Oral Contraception Pills

13 August 2016

Abstract

Unplanned pregnancy remains a major problem in the United States, despite the widespread usage of contraception. Improper and inconsistent usage of short acting reversible contraception contributes to the unplanned pregnancy epidemic. Hormonal and copper intrauterine devices are safe and cost-effective alternatives, but usage in the Unites States remains low.


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