Model suggests lowering hormone doses in contraceptives

The dosage of hormones in common contraceptives could be reduced by as much as 92% and still effectively suppress ovulation, according to a computational model described this week in PLoS Computational Biology by Brenda Lyn A. Gavina, Ph.D. student at the University of the Philippines Diliman, and her collaborators.

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