Free birth control project cuts teen births

USA TodayOctober 5, 2012Articles

USA Today reports on results of a recent research study which found that the provision of contraception at no cost to a large cohort of participants reduced unintended pregnancy and decreased teen birth rates in a major metropolitan area. Counseling for women included information about various methods of birth control and women were allowed to choose the type they wanted. Seventy-five percent of the participants chose long acting reversible contraception.

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