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June 7, 1999 | SHARI ROAN
The contraceptive sponge making a comeback: The Today contraceptive sponge, a product that drew a small but fiercely loyal group of female users earlier this decade, will soon be available again in the United States. The sponge will be reintroduced by Allendale Pharmaceuticals Inc., which bought the rights to the product from the manufacturer that had withdrawn it due to production problems. At one time, the sponge was the most popular nonprescription contraceptive in the country.
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December 15, 1997 | JENNIFER OLDHAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Contraception could move into the Space Age with the initiation in nine U.S. cities--including Los Angeles and San Francisco--of a yearlong trial to study the reliability of an over-the-counter electronic birth control method. New York-based Unipath Diagnostics Co. has recruited about half of the 300 couples it needs in Los Angeles to study the electronic monitor that measures two hormones in a woman's urine to determine when she's fertile and should abstain from sex.
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