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Complex Family Planning Special Interest Group (CFPSIG)


CFPSIG’s Mission Statement:


The Complex Family Planning is committed to the promotion and support of basic and applied research in contraception.

 

2023-2024 Complex Family Planning Special Interest Group Leadership:

Chair: Dr. Shaalini Ramanadhan

Chair Elect:

Vice Chair: Dr. Jennifer Chin

Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Sarah Horvath

Past Chair: Dr. Aaron Lazorwitz

 

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