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  • More women are using contraception worldwide
  • More women are using contraception worldwide
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More women are using contraception worldwide

Around the world, it's increasingly acceptible to use contraception to control family planning. This uptake is especially important for women in developing countries, as increased access to contraception has signalled a significant impact on population growth.

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