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Development and evaluation of the Abortion Attributes Questionnaire.
March 22, 2005... Women in the United States seeking to terminate an early pregnancy now have a choice between medical and surgical abortion procedures. Medical abortion is the termination of pregnancy using a drug or combination of drugs that can be administered orally, intramuscularly, and/or vaginally,...
Context of acceptability of topical microbicides: sexual relationships.
March 22, 2005... The incidence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection is growing faster for women than men, and the major cause of infection for women is heterosexual contact. Women now comprise half of HIV infections worldwide (Annan, 2004; Population Council, 2001); they make up the fastest...
Critical issues in contraceptive and STI acceptability research.(sexually transmitted infections )
March 22, 2005... The development of new methods for protection against unwanted pregnancies and/or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is an exhausting, expensive, complex, and not always successful process. Yet, women and their partners seem vigilant and hopeful of finding methods better than the ones...
Navigating rough waters: an overview of psychological aspects of surrogacy.
March 22, 2005... Surrogacy is both the oldest and the most controversial of reproductive innovations. Its documented history goes back at least as far as the Old Testament in which Hagar begot Ishmael with Abraham after his wife, Sarah, failed to conceive (Gem, 16 Authorized [King James] Version). Moreover,...
Current reproductive technologies: increased access and choice?
March 22, 2005... In this issue we define reproductive technologies as the drugs, medical and surgical procedures, and devices that facilitate conception, prevent or terminate pregnancy, and prevent the acquisition and transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It is important to note that these...