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Title: A Revival of Explicity Population Policy in Development Cooperation: The German Government, Bayer, and the Gates Foundation
Author(s): Schultz, Susanne
Bendix, Daniel
Keywords: Population policy
Date: 2015
Publisher: Hampshire College Population and Development Program
Series/Report no.: Issue Paper 89
Abstract: In this DifferenTakes, Susanne Schultz and Daniel Bendix trace the efforts by the German government, the pharmaceutical company Bayer, the population lobby, and the Gates Foundation to promote the hormonal contraceptive implant Jadelle. The authors conclude with a call for activists to fight for contraceptive safety, in the spirit of earlier challenges to implants, like Norplant.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10009/851
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