This publication presents highlights from the 20-year story of PATH and its partners who developed, validated, and are introducing SILCS—the first new diaphragm in 50 years. Marketed by Kessel medintim GmbH as the Caya® contoured diaphragm—SILCS is expanding women’s options for nonhormonal contraception in developed and developing countries.
Corporate author(s): PATH
Publication date: September 2016
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