Long-Acting Contraceptives: Ethical Guidance for Policymakers and Health Care Providers
Moskowitz, Ellen H.
Hastings Center Report. 1995 Jan-Feb; 25(1): S1-S8.
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Moskowitz, Ellen; Jennings, Bruce (1996-06)National rates of unintended births are a major public health concern. The availability of highly effective long-acting contraceptives has prompted some public officials to promote the coercive use of these methods to reduce ...