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2005/024 New guidelines on long acting contraception promote greater choice for women

A new guideline published today (26 October) will promote greater contraceptive choice for women and has the potential to reduce unplanned pregnancies.  The guideline is accompanied by a leaflet developed in conjunction with fpa (Family Planning Association) to help women make informed decisions about their contraception.

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