EC Foes Cite Study Showing More Access Fails To Cut Abortions, Pregnancies
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Increased access to emergency contraception (EC) is not reducing unintended pregnancy rates, and further research is needed to determine how best to yield a public benefit from EC access, a meta-analysis finds
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