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News Release Archive: 2002

News Release Archive: 2002

Emergency Contraception (EC) Played Key Role in Abortion Rate Declines (12/2002)

Crucial Contraceptive Information and Services Not Reaching Asian Adolescents (12/2002)

(pdf file) (11/2002)

Increased Abstinence, Fidelity and Condom Use Drive HIV/AIDS Declines in Uganda (10/2002)

U.S. Abortion Rates Continue to Decline, Especially Among Teens (10/2002)

Contraceptive Use Among Married Couples on the Rise Worldwide,
Outpacing Population Growth (10/2002)

Lack of Sexual Assertiveness May Put Some Young Women at Risk (8/2002)

Administration Actions on International Family Planning Align United States with Vatican, Repressive Islamic Regimes (7/2002)

European Experience Shows That It Takes Time for Medical Abortion to Be Widely Used (7/2002)

Women in a New York City Clinic Mistakenly Believe That HIV Testing Is a Good Way to Prevent Infection (5/2002)

Crisis Pregnancy Centers Seek Increased Public Funding for Their Attempts to Dissuade Women from Abortion (5/2002)

Increased Contraceptive Choice Contributes to Greater Contraceptive Use According to 64-country Study (4/2002)

La falta de informatión e inexperiencia de los proveedores limitan el uso del DIU en El Salvador (3/2002)

Attention to Men's Sexual and Reproductive Health Overdue (3/2002)

Misguided Funding Proposal Equates Abstinence Education With Family Planning Services (3/2002)

Leading Research Journal Takes On Bold New Name, New Look

Reproductive Health and Rights Are Diverse Under Islam (1/2002)

AGI to combat the spread of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa (1/2002)

Access to Abortion Still Under Fire After Three Decades
of Legality in the U.S. (1/2002)

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