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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

baby and doctor

Benefits of U.S. family planning programs

10/1/2010 feature story

Martha Bailey compiles and analyzes decades worth of data on federal investments in family planning programs, fertility rates, and maternal and infant health to gauge the benefits of family planning efforts. She also looks at the differential impact of family planning programs by race, income, and residential community.

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Martha J. Bailey

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