New York Times’ ‘Room For Debate’ Feature Discusses Birth Control

New York Times: Thinking Beyond the Pill
“More than 50 years after its introduction, the birth control pill — and altering hormonal levels in general — still seems to be the best contraceptive available. Has progress on developing new birth control methods stalled? What can be done to promote innovation?” The newspaper features opinion pieces from Natalie Rechberg, chief executive officer of Valley Electronics AG, a supplier of natural fertility monitors; Amy Ong Tsui, director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; Elaine Lissner, director of the Male Contraception Information Project and of Parsemus Foundation; Evette Dionne, a writer at Bustle, The Root, theGrio and other publications; and Lawrence Finer, director of domestic research at the Guttmacher Institute.

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