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Most-Effective Modes of Contraception Rarely Used Among Those with Chronic Conditions That Affect Pregnancy

12:25 EST 7 Nov 2019 | NEJM

While chronic health conditions that could adversely affect pregnancy outcomes are common, few women of reproductive age use the most highly effective forms of contraception...

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