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<p class="Executive-Summary-Text"> Training clinicians to inform women that different birth control methods have very different levels of effectiveness proved key in cutting the number of unintended pregnancies among young women seeking family planning services, data suggests from a new national study from the Bixby Center for Global and Reproductive Health at the University of California, San Francisco.</p>

Counseling on LARC methods cuts unintended pregnancy rates

Intervention is first randomized trial to reduce unintended pregnancies