Study Says Meeting Contraception Needs Could Cut Maternal Deaths by a Third

From the Global Women's Network
Jump to: navigation, search
2012/07/09
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University shows that fulfilling unmet contraception demand by women in developing countries could reduce global maternal mortality by nearly a third, a potentially great improvement for one of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Read more at The New York Times
Relates to United States
Sectors: Reproductive Rights, Reproductive Health, Health, Education
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Create pages
Explore wiki
Toolbox