University of Michigan biomedical engineering graduate student Ibrahim Mohedas present an advanced prototype of a sevise to aid insertion of long-term contraceptive to medical doctors at St. Paul Hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Mohedas took feedback on the device that he hopes can help women in rural Ethiopia better control their birth giving. Once inverted under the skin, the contraceptive prevents pregnancy for three years.  Thursday, January 29th, 2015.   Photo by Marcin Szczepanski/Senior Multimedia Producer, University of Michigan, College of Engineering

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