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    Birth Control: Pros and Cons of Hormonal Methods - References

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    4. Grimes DA (2007). Intrauterine devices (IUDs). In RA Hatcher et al., eds., Contraceptive Technology, 19th ed., pp. 117-143. New York: Ardent Media.

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