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*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 136, Ethical Decision-Making in Obstetrics and Gynecology. (Nov 1989).

*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 169, Human Immune Deficiency Virus Infections. (June 1992).

*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 104, The IUD. (May 1987).

*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 106, Oral Contraception. (July 1987).

*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 145, The Adolescent Obstetric-Gyncologic Patient. (Sept 1990).

*ACOG: Technical Bulletin 113, Sterilization. (Feb 1988).

Beck JG; Davies DK: Teen contraception: A review of perspectives on compliance. Arch Sex Behav 1987 Aug; 16(4):337-68.

*Brookman RR: Adolescent sexual behavior. In Holmes KK et al.: Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 1990.

Chamberlain A; Rauh J; Passer A; McGrath M; Burket R: Issues in fertility control for mentally retarded female adolescents: I. Sexual activity, sexual abuse, and contraception. Pediatrics 1984 Apr; 73(4):445-50.

Chng CL: The male role in contraception: Implications for health education. J Sch Health 1983 Mar; 53(3):197-201.

DuRant RH; Sanders JM Jr; Jay S; Levinson R: Analysis of contraceptive behavior of sexually active female adolescents in the United States. J Pediatr 1988 Nov; 113(5):930-36.

Forrest JD; Fordyce RR: U.S. women's contraceptive attitudes and practice: How have they changed in the 1980s? Fam Plann Perspect 1988 May-Jun; 20(3):112-18.

Goldscheider C; Mosher WD: Religious affiliation and contraceptive usage: Changing American patterns, 1955-82. Stud Fam Plann 1988 Jan-Feb; 19(1):48-57.

Goldstuck ND; Hammar E; Butchart A: Use and misuse of oral contraceptives by adolescents attending a free-standing clinic. Adv Contracept 1987 Dec; 3(4):335-39.

Hein K; Coupey SM; Cohen MI: Special considerations in pregnancy prevention for the mentally subnormal adolescent female. J Adolesc Health Care 1980 Sep; 1(1):46-49.

*Holder AR: Legal Issues in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 2d ed. 1985.

Isaacs SL; Holt R: Drug regulation, product liability, and the contraceptive crunch. Choices are dwindling. J Leg Med (Chic) 1987 Dec; 8(4):533-53.

Jones EF; Beniger JR; Westoff CF: Pill and IUD discontinuation in the United States, 1970-1975: The influence of the media. Fam Plann Perspect 1980 Nov-Dec; 12(6):293-300.

Kulig JW: Adolescent contraception: Nonhormonal methods. Pediatr Clin North Am 1989 Jun; 36(3):717-30.

Lovett J; Wald MS: Physician attitudes toward confidential care for adolescents. J Pediatr 1985 Mar; 106(3):517-21.

*Nightingale SL: From the Food and Drug Administration. JAMA 1991; 265:847.

Notelovitz M: The use of oral contraceptives past the age of 35: Bridging the gap. Int J Fertil 1988; 33 Suppl:13-20.

Orr MT: Private physicians and the provision of contraceptives to adolescents. Fam Plann Perspect 1984 Mar-Apr; 16(2):83-86.

*Rust v. Sullivan. 111 S. Ct. 1759 (1991).

Tanfer K; Horn MC: Contraceptive use, pregnancy and fertility patterns among single American women in their 20s. Fam Plann Perspect 1985 Jan-Feb; 17(1):10-19.

Tanfer K; Rosenbaum E: Contraceptive perceptions and method choice among young single women in the United States. Stud Fam Plann 1986 Nov-Dec; 17 (6 Pt 1):269-77.

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