Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 33, Number 1, March 2007

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Family Planning Advice and Postpartum Contraceptive Use Among Low-Income Women in Mexico [HTML] [PDF]
Sarah L. Barber

Factors Affecting Vasectomy Acceptability in Tanzania [HTML] [PDF]
Arwen Bunce, Greg Guest, Hannah Searing, Veronica Frajzyngier, Peter Riwa, Joseph Kanama and Isaac Achwal

Family Planning Programs in 2004: New Assessments in a Changing Environment [HTML] [PDF]
John Ross, John Stover and Demi Adelaja

Inconsistencies in the Relationship Between Contraceptive Use and Fertility in Bangladesh [HTML] [PDF]
Unnati Rani Saha and Radheshyam Bairagi


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The Physical Accessibility of Health Facilities Strongly Affects Haitian Women's Use of Prenatal, Delivery Care [HTML]

In South Africa, Young Men with Sexual Risk Factors Are More Likely to Commit Rape [HTML]

In Low-Resource Settings, Misoprostol Can Reduce Risk of Postpartum Hemorrhage [HTML]

Levels of Intimate Partner Violence Vary Greatly [HTML]

Positive Attitudes Toward Condom Use Do Not Mean Safer Sex Among Youth [HTML]

In the Absence of Syphilis, Anemia Causes the Majority of Stillbirths in Tanzania [HTML]

Combined Hormone Therapy After Menopause Does Not Raise Cervical Cancer Risk [HTML]


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