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Reductions in pregnancy rates in the USA with long-acting reversible contraception: a cluster randomised trial

Editor's comment: Prof. Jim Thornton: Teaching family planning providers about long acting contraceptives prevents pregnancy
Long acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are relatively underutilised in the United States. This well-designed cluster trial of the effect of teaching providers about them has shown, perhaps unsurprisingly, that more women chose LARCs in clinics with trained providers, and that this led to reduced pregnancy rates.

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