Oral contraception in Melbourne, 1961-1971
Since recent developments in the theory of how contraception interacts with other factors to reduce fertility had indicated that the advent of oral contraception could have had a significant impact upon fertility patters, and since no previous research anywhere had been able to link the decline in fertility which had been observed in a number of countries (over the same period in which oral contraceptives came into substantial use) to the employment of this highly efficient method, an in-depth...[Show more]
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