PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP NEW CONTRACEPTIVES

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PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP NEW CONTRACEPTIVES

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Title: PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP NEW CONTRACEPTIVES
Author: Albert, Randi M.
Citation: PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP NEW CONTRACEPTIVES (1995 Third Year Paper)
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Abstract: This paper will discuss why this lack of contraceptive alternatives poses such a tremendous problem, and will describe the birth control options currently available. Additionally, the paper will describe the four main reasons for the lack of progress in contraceptive development: a deluge of product liability suits; negative political pressures; the large expense of testing products intended for a healthy population; and insufficient research and funding. Finally, the paper will offer some proposals for addressing each of these problems.
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