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Ask brook about contraception

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Series : Contraception

Published : September 2009
Page Length : 14
Format : Booklet A6
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Brook

With so many different types of contraception available it's not always easy for young people to know which one is the right one for them. There are new methods of contraception coming on to the market all the time and it can be confusing in terms of what's available and what's appropriate. This booklet comprehensively covers all the widely available contraceptives and gives advice about usage and suitability. This booklet is also very useful for professionals working with young people to use as a tool in a clinical setting or for education and outreach work.


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