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Why women’s groups oppose injectable contraceptives

N B Sarojini, Laxmi Murthy

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2005.004


The following statement is based a letter to Mr A Ramadoss, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, signed by 62 individuals and health organisations in India. It was written in response to a national workshop on October 27-29, 2004, organised by Parivar Seva Sanstha in collaboration with the government of India, UNFPA and the Packard Foundation through the Population Foundation of India, to expand contraceptive choices with the introduction of injectable contraceptives.

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