Contraceptive pipeline: 2023 outlook

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In this interview, Michael Krychman, MD, a community-based gynecologist in Newport Beach, California, takes a look at 2022 advances within the contraceptive space, as well as looks toward the future.

The contraceptive landscape is ever-changing. From new long-acting reversible contraception to nonhormonal options, pharmaceutical companies and researchers alike are continuously coming up with new forms of contraception to provide every woman with not only the ability to prevent pregnancy, but also treat other nonpregnancy-related symptoms such as acne and heavy periods. In this interview, Michael Krychman, MD, a community-based gynecologist in Newport Beach, California, takes a look at 2022 advances within the contraceptive space, as well as looks toward the future.

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