Reducing Health Disparities by Removing Cost, Access, and Knowledge Barriers

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(Abstracted from Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017;216(4):382.e1–382.e5)

In the United States, black women are thrice more likely and Hispanic women twice as likely to have an unintended pregnancy as white women. The high rates of unintended pregnancy among black and Hispanic women are largely due to incorrect, inconsistent, and nonuse of contraception, as well as health care disparities.

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