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Play Addresses Birth Control And Other 'Taboos'

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Play Addresses Birth Control And Other 'Taboos'

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Famous for his work on the first oral contraceptive in 1951, chemist Carl Djerassi has published a number of novels and plays over the last 20 years. His latest play, Taboos, grapples with the questions of sex divorced from reproduction.

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