Survey: Half Of Teen Girls Wouldn't Seek Sexual Health Care If Parents Found Out

08/14/2002 | MSNBC · NYTimes.com

The Planned Parenthood study of Wisconsin girls suggests parental notification could lead to more teen abortions, cases of STDs and pregnancies. Nearly all girls polled said they would have unprotected sex or use condoms if they couldn't get prescription contraceptives.

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