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|Title:||INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD|
|Abstract:||A method of contraception is disclosed characterized by providing for the presence of elemental copper or zinc in the uterine cavity. This invention is preferably practiced by wrapping a small amount of wire or foil or by placing a sleeve around a conventional intrauterine device prior to implantation. In a modification of this method, two different metals are employed to provide improved effectiveness.|
|Inventor(s):||Zipper; Jaime A. (Santiago, CE)|
|Assignee:||G. D. Searle & Co. (Chicago, IL)|
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|Canada||941254||<disabled in preview>|
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