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Dr Robert Smith surveys the history of birth control and sounds a warning for the future of mankind, if the population explosion is allowed to continue unchecked.
He stresses the importance of the role of the general practitioner in the limitation of births.
Sir Theodore Fox describes the work of the Family Planning Association and stresses that, increasingly, this is a specialist service covering all aspects of fertility.
He also feels that the general practitioner has a role in family planning.