Press Releases

Five Thousand Adolescent Mothers Helped at CU's CAMP

CAMP's philosophy recognizes that adolescent pregnancies are not the same as older-age pregnancies. The traditional care model of a doctor acting as a gatekeeper and referring for other services as they recognize needs is not appropriate for adolescent mothers. CAMP looks for those problems from the start.

Breakthrough Birth Control Pills Being Tested in Denver

CU Family Planning is recruiting select participants for an NIH clinical trial testing a breakthrough form of birth control. "This research will test the first completely new molecule to be used in daily contraception since the hormones progesterone and estrogen. It has the potential to be a major advancement, the introduction of a new first line contraceptive," explains Dr. Stephanie Teal.