Austrian-American Medical Research Institute, AustriaFulltext PDF
On the background of a vast, ever-increasing literature on women's issues, the paper aims to prove, by way of an international comparison that US research publications as well as public health media do not respect women's rights and provide unsatisfactory and at times error-prone information on contraceptive methods. The methodological concept of the paper consists in an analysis of the most salient publications as well as websites of public health agencies, which are compared to their European equivalents. The study concludes that present day US research prevents women from exercising their rights as autonomos patients who are informed according to the bioethical principles of informed consent and “nil nocere”.
Women&39;s rights; Print media; Symptothermal method; Spermicide method; Fertility awareness; Cervical Mucus; Mastalgia; Peritoneal irritation
Kraetschmer K. Women's Rights Disregarded by the US Food and Drug Administration and Government-Funded Agencies. J Clin Obstet Gynecol Infertil. 2017; 1(4): 1020.