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J Reprod Med. 1984 May;29(5):317-22.

Sexually transmitted diseases and family planning. Strange or natural bedfellows?


As disciplines of reproductive medicine, the fields of sexually transmitted diseases and family planning are characterized by intrinsic similarities and fundamental differences. The similarities provide a foundation upon which to merge the two disciplines, but the differences pose practical limitations. While a union of these two fields into a common endeavor is conceptually appealing for both the provider and consumer, the differences make the merger a difficult task.

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