Fertility apps that can be used to help prevent unwanted pregnancy might not work, researchers warn

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Women turning to technology to avoid getting pregnant should exercise 'caution' according to new research. Fertility apps to help prevent an unwanted pregnancy may not work, experts are warning.
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