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Oral Birth Control
Oral Birth Control
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November 9, 2014

Choices Provides Birth Control to Native American Women

Choices is a national program originally brought to South Dakota in 2010 specifically designed for Native American women. According to a Rapid City Journal article, the program is designed to assist women in getting access to birth control, especially while they are sexually active and drinking. The primary goal of the program is to reduce occurrences of fetal-alcohol syndrome or other health problems women may encounter who drink whilst being pregnant.

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