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One in three don't use contraception

26th September 2008

A survey by Marie Stopes International has found that 38% of the people they spoke to in the UK did not use contraception.

They spoke to 1,000 people and found that the contraceptive pill was the most commonly used type of contraception. Almost half of the respondents - 43% - said they had gone to their GP in order to obtain contraception.

 

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