Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 28, Number 4, December 2002


Table of Contents



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The Editors

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Trevor Lane and Frances A. Altha


ARTICLES

Reproductive Choices for Asian Adolescents: A Focus on Contraceptive Behavior [html] [pdf]
Saroj Pachauri and K.G. Santhya

Reconciling Cost Recovery with Health Equity Concerns in a Context of Gender Inequality and Poverty: Findings From a New Family Health Initiative in Bangladesh [html] [pdf]
Sidney Ruth Schuler, Lisa Bates and Md. Khairul Islam

Knowledge and Opinions About Abortion Law Among Mexican Youth [html] [pdf]
Davida Becker, Sandra G. Garcia and Ulla Larsen

Accessibility and Use of Contraceptives in Vietnam [html] [pdf]
Nguyen Minh Thang and Dang Nguyen Anh

VIEWPOINT

Donor Dealings: The Impact of International Donor Aid On Sexual and Reproductive Health Services [html] [pdf]
Susannah H. Mayhew

VIEWPOINT

In Search of Seamless Transition to Post-Lactational Amenorrhea Method Contraception [html] [pdf]
John Stanback and Heidi W. Reynolds


DIGESTS

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Clinical Diagnosis of Cervical Infection Is Less Accurate Than Lab Testing, But Leads to Higher Treatment Rate [html]

Breast Cancer Risk Is Reduced by 4% for Each Year of Breastfeeding [html]

For Chinese Men, Education Increases STI Stigmatization But Not Delay of Treatment [html]

Effects of Higher Clinic Fees On Demand and Revenue Vary by Type of Service [html]

In Zimbabwe, Sexual Relationships with Older Men Put Young Women at High Risk of HIV Infection [html]

Conflict in a Relationship Before Sterilization May Lead to Desire for Reversal [html]

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