Research on Reproductive Health at WHO: Biennial Report 2000-2001
World Health Organization, 2002 - Birth control - 67 pages
This report reflects the work of a research programme conducted by the World Health Organization which brings together a global network of health care providers, policy-makers, scientists and clinicians, as well as consumer and community representatives to explore sexual and reproductive health problems and identify ways of addressing them. Issues discussed include: family planning methods; making pregnancy and childbirth less life-threatening; preventing reproductive tract infections, including HIV infection; preventing unsafe abortion; and exploring adolescent sexual behaviour.
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