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    Straw and Porter write an important article on Sexual health and Contraception (Arch Dis Chld Educ Pract Ed 2012; 97:177-184), but there are some points which I think need clarification or correction. There may also be missed opportunities for highlighting the most effective methods of contraception in real life situations for young people. The statement that 'Levonelle 1500 is an an oral progestogen which can be obtaine...

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