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Preventing Unintended Pregnancy: The Contraceptive CHOICE Project in Review

Source: Journal of Women's Health
Date Published: 1/2015

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The Contraceptive CHOICE Project (CHOICE) sought to reduce unintended pregnancies in the St. Louis Region by removing cost, education, and access barriers to highly effective contraception. CHOICE was a prospective cohort study of over 9,000 women 14–45 years of age who received tiered contraceptive counseling to increase awareness of all reversible methods available, particularly long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods.

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