Guidance on contraception for women aged over 40 years: response from the CEU.

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Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, NHS Grampian, Square 13 Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, Aberdeen, UK; sue.brechin@nhs.net.

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Name: The journal of family planning and reproductive health care / Faculty of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care, Royal Colle
ISSN: 1471-1893
Pages: 125

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