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Section 1 - Scientific Basis of Contraception and Family Planning

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 March 2022

Johannes Bitzer
Affiliation:
University Women’s Hospital, Basel
Tahir A. Mahmood
Affiliation:
Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy
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