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Medicine: Birth Control / Depo-Provera #344912

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Recommendations to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) about the use in the United States of the contraceptive drug Depo-Provera featured. [Population Crisis Committee Sharon CAMP, Depo-Provera USER - comment.] [Gynecologist Dr. Mildred HANSON - says the link between Depo-Provera and breast cancer is questionable.] Worldwide use of Depo-Provera and UN study findings noted. [National Latina Health Organization Luz ALVAREZ MARTINEZ - says it is dangerous.] [Alan Guttmacher Institution Alisa KAESER - says possible Supreme Court restrictions on abortion makes safe contraceptives more necessary.]

Magnus, Edie;
Rather, Dan

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