In Britain over a million and a quarter women take regularly the most effective contraceptive, the pill, despite the possibility of illness, even death. Medical opinion is divided on the implications of the scientific evidence and there is confusion among the pill-takers. What are the pros and cons of the pill? Is there cause for alarm? Isn'there any fully effective contraceptive other than the pill, and male sterilisation? Can Britain afford over 820,000 new babies a year?
Introduced by PAUL VAUGHAN Produced by GEORGE FISCHER and DAVID PATERSON
Contributors Introduced By: Paul Vaughan
Produced By: George Fischer
Produced By: David Paterson