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2. This study was reviewed in Reader's Digest (January, 1992), in an article by Lowell Ponte entitled "The sense that shapes our future."
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8. The video cassette, Tertility-A guide to natural family planning," produced by Oxford University, is available at a cost of $250.00. It may be ordered from the Natural Planning Service, Clitherow House, 1 Blythe News, Blythe Road, London W14 ONW, England.
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