Oral Contraceptives - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, by Icon Health Publications

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We will also assess dual method use for STD prevention in the study population. ; Professor and Chairman; Nutrition; Harvard University (Sch of Public Hlth) Public Health Campus Boston, Ma 02115 Timing: Fiscal Year 2002; Project Start 17-JUL-1989; Project End 31-DEC-2003 Summary: We propose to continue the follow-up of over 116,000 women who in 1989 were enrolled in a prospective study to evaluate potentially modifiable risk factors for major health problems among younger women. In this unique cohort, the Nurses' Health Study II (NHS II), exposure information has been collected at two-year intervals in early adult life, and we have maintained over 90% response to follow-up questionnaires.

Professor and Chairman; Nutrition; Harvard University (Sch of Public Hlth) Public Health Campus Boston, Ma 02115 Timing: Fiscal Year 2002; Project Start 17-JUL-1989; Project End 31-DEC-2003 Summary: We propose to continue the follow-up of over 116,000 women who in 1989 were enrolled in a prospective study to evaluate potentially modifiable risk factors for major health problems among younger women. In this unique cohort, the Nurses' Health Study II (NHS II), exposure information has been collected at two-year intervals in early adult life, and we have maintained over 90% response to follow-up questionnaires.

104 women completed the study. Bleeding patterns were identical in the quick start and conventional start groups with excellent power to rule out clinically important differences. To further evaluate the usefulness of quick start we propose a multi-enter randomized clinical trial in which we will enroll 2l00 women aged less than 25 years. Subjects will be recruited from 3 publicly funded clinics that primarily serve Hispanic and African-American urban populations of low socio-economic status. They will complete a baseline, 3 month and 6 month questionnaire.

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