Study examines switching intentions in contraception use

March 01, 2021

When it comes to willingness to switch contraception method, a team of researchers has looked into whether method type, satisfaction with use, and confidence in correct use were independently associated with switching intentions.

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Expanding scope of noninvasive prenatal testing

February 23, 2021

“Our results can further inform the debate on the future uses of NIPT and future policy of its implementation,” said co-principal investigator Hazar Haidar, PhD, a lecturer in bioethics at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montréal, Canada.