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Rise in Use of Contraception Offers Hope for Containing Global Population

March 9, 2016

(The Guardian) – The number of women using contraceptives in developing countries has soared to record levels in recent years, such that projections for global population growth could be cut by as much as 1 billion over the next 15 years. The latest figures by the UN show more women than ever now use family planning, with some poorer regions recording the fastest pace of growth since 2000.

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