International Family Planning Perspectives 2008;34(1):40-50.
What does FPP stand for?
FPP stands for Family Planning Perspectives (journal)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Sonfield A and Gold R, States' implementation of the section 510 abstinence education program, FY 1999, Family Planning Perspectives, 2001, 33(4):166-171.
Early discontinuation of contraceptive use in Niger and the Gambia, International Family Planning Perspectives, 1992, 18(4):145-149.
Family Planning Perspectives 14 (May-June): 163-167.
On three separate occasions, the authors of the International Family Planning Perspectives article9 comment that sex selection may account for the high percentages of women reporting fetal health risks in Asian countries.
A study published in the November/December issue of Family Planning Perspectives details a 1998 National Abortion Federation survey of 179 ob.
Planned Parenthood's own report -- in Family Planning Perspectives, March/April 1998 -- stated that a result of condom availability programs in high schools is a significant increase in females engaging in various deviant sexual acts.
A 1999 Family Planning Perspectives article ("Contraceptive Failure Rates: New Estimates From the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth") reports that half of all pregnancies in the United States are "unintended" and that 18 per cent of couples using condoms and 12 per cent taking the Pill get pregnant within two years.