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I would like to thank Isabel Fletcher, Nina Hallowell, Catherine Montgomery and Sarah Parry, as well as my anonymous peer reviewers, for their helpful comments on earlier versions of this manuscript.
Seventh, and of mounting urgency, there is the need to address the growing burden of the sexually transmitted diseases and the ways in which they intersect—or do not intersect—with contraception.
Public and private payers can contribute to efforts to improve contraceptive access by working with health care providers to ensure appropriate payment for clinician services and to provide reimbursement for contraceptive devices at acquisition cost levels.
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Beforethat availability, for men and for women, was limited to the irreversible options of male and female sterilization and the reversible methods of the condom and withdrawal for men, a few barrier methods for women, and periodic abstinence, all of which had relatively high failure rates when not used consistently and carefully.
There are at least two possible explanations.