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France's Birth Control Pill Use Plummets Post Scare

Friday, December 19, 2014

In a country where the pill has long dominated, women are now turning to other options, including less reliable "natural" methods. At the same time, abortion rates may have gone up last year, partly due to the pill controversy. Story reported with Hajer Naili.

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