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Comparison of a transdermal contraceptive patch with a newly sourced adhesive component versus EVRA patch: A double-blind, randomized, bioequivalence and adhesion study in healthy women.

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Summary of "Comparison of a transdermal contraceptive patch with a newly sourced adhesive component versus EVRA patch: A double-blind, randomized, bioequivalence and adhesion study in healthy women."

To evaluate the bioequivalence of norelgestromin and ethinyl estradiol (NGMN-EE) and adhesion of a transdermal contraceptive patch containing a newly sourced adhesive component (test) compared with the marketed (reference) patch.

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Name: Contraception
ISSN: 1879-0518
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