Requirements or Incentives by Government for the Use of Long-Acting Contraceptives
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 1992 April 1; 267(13): 1818-1821
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Unknown author (American Medical Assocation. Board of Trustees, 1992-04-01)Following the use of the long-acting contraceptive levonorgestrel (the Norplant Contraceptive System) for use by women, government officials have required or proposed uses of levonorgestrel that are problematic. One court ...
Brown, George F. (1995-01)...All stages of contraceptive development and introduction must include ethical debate at the country level, in order to inform legislative bodies, public health officials, and service providers as they seek to introduce ...
Arras, John D.; Blustein, Jeffrey (1995-01)...Short of the criminal sanction, the state may attempt to foster concern for reproductive responsibility in a wide variety of ways. Some of these, such as providing women and men with information about various reproductive ...