Selected Issues in Women's Health: Contraception, Infertility, Cancer
1. Discuss what is known about risk factors for common malignancies
2. Recommend methods of screening for cancer in women
3. Describe principles of patient selection regarding contraceptive methods
4. State the indications regarding methods of emergency contraception
5. Summarize the basic steps for the initial evaluation of the infertile couple
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