Right-to-Life Scores New Victory at AID
Science. 1985 Sep 13; 229(4718): 1065-1067.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), responding to political pressure, has decided to permit grants to natural family planning groups that do not adhere to long-standing AID policy that clients be provided with information on all methods of contraception. This step is at odds with domestic and United Nations policy, and it violates the medical ethic that a patient should be informed of all medically approved options. A brief review of the current state of U.S. family planning policy and the controversy surrounding it concludes with Holden's observation that the issue is likely to be further politicized. (KIE abstract)
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