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Liletta, a Low-Cost IUD, Hailed as Game Changer

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Can this T-shaped device do something about the high rate of unintended pregnancy in the U.S.? That was the intention of the two groups that teamed up to create a more affordable IUD for clinics that serve low-income women.

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