Journal of Statistics Education Volume 12, Number 1 , jse. Bradstreet and Deborah L. Panebianco, all rights reserved. This text may be freely shared among individuals, but it may not be republished in any medium without express written consent from the authors and advance notification of the editor. Abstract This article focuses on a two treatment, two period, two treatment sequence crossover drug interaction study of a new drug and a standard oral contraceptive therapy. Both normal theory and distribution-free statistical analyses are provided along with a notable amount of graphical insight into the dataset.
An Oral Contraceptive Drug Interaction Study
Case studies in contraception
British Broadcasting Corporation Home. These are consequentialist arguments against contraception. This argument is based on the premise that life is a good thing. Holders of this view argue that contraception is morally wrong because:. Some birth control techniques can operate by preventing the implantation and development of a fertilised egg. Those opposed to such methods say that this amounts to an abortion , and that if abortion is wrong then those forms of contraception must also be wrong. Some people are concerned that "the availability of contraceptives leads to promiscuity which then leads to abortion ".
Oral Contraceptives and Ischemic Stroke Risk
Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file. For assistance, please send e-mail to: mmwrq cdc. Type Accommodation and the title of the report in the subject line of e-mail. An initial analysis of an ongoing, multicenter case-control study indicates that women who have used oral contraceptives are approximately half as likely to develop ovarian and endometrial cancer as women who have never used them and that, despite previous concerns, contraceptive use does not appear to increase a woman's risk of breast cancer. The study used population-based cancer registries in eight geographic regions across the United States to identify women years of age with newly diagnosed breast, ovarian, or endometrial cancer.
Metrics details. Combined oral contraceptive pills are associated with an established risk for venous thrombosis; however, their risk for arterial thrombosis remains uncertain, especially with the development of low dose new generations of combined oral contraceptive. Arterial thrombosis is less likely to occur with the use of oral contraceptive pills in the absence of cardiovascular risk factors.