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Contraception Today, Seventh Edition Hardcover – 9 Dec 2011

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"This text offers largely evidence-based information on the subject of contraception and also practical clinical advice, based on the lifetime experience of the author. […] The 6th edition has an interesting and thought-provoking section on 'Contraception for the older woman'. [...] The material is very well presented, and I would recommend this compact text to all healthcare professional involved in the practice of reproductive and sexual health."
―R. K. Bhathena, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, January 2008, 28(1):143

--This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.

About the Author

John Guillebaud is Emeritus Professor of Family Planning and Reproductive Health at University College London. In addition he is Honorary Consultant in Family Planning for the Oxford Community Primary Care Trust and Co-Chair of the Optimum Population Trust.


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Well written, comprehensive, extremely useful and handy in daily practice. An essential tool for everyone who has anything to do with contraception. Won't enter my office without it :)
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i needed to update my 2004 edition. still well illustrated and explained. invaluable for checking any queries with any cases.
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