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Funding of contraceptive implants is crucial

BMJ 1997; 314 doi: (Published 08 March 1997) Cite this as: BMJ 1997;314:750
  1. Lawrence Mascarenhas, Subspecialty senior registrar in reproductive medicinea,
  2. Yakoub Khalaf, Senior registrar in obstetrics and gynaecologyb,
  3. Sammy Lee, Scientistc
  1. a Rosie Maternity Hospital, Cambridge CB2 2SW
  2. b Guy's and St Thomas's Hospital, London SE1 9RT
  3. c Portland Hospital, London W1N 6AH

    Editor—M S Thompson's argument that the greatest problem with contraceptive implants is their potential to increase providers' control over clients' choice does not stand up to scrutiny.1 Implants form part of a range of long acting reversible contraceptives, which include intrauterine contraceptive devices, the intrauterine contraceptive …

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