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In order to capture the relationship between unintended pregnancy and poverty, a New York Times article illustrates the programs and initiatives that promote the availbality of contraceptions to women across different states. The Delaware Contraceptive Access Now (Del-Can) project is highlighted as an effort to increase accessibility to long-term contraception (LARCs) in Delaware.

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12/18/2018
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 Contraception, Poverty, unintended pregnancy
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