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☆The Collaborative Review of Sterilization consists of the following: Design, Coordination, and Analysis Center—Family Planning Evaluation Division, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia; Data Collection Institutions—Barnes Hospital, Washington University Center for Outpatient Gynecologic Surgery, St. Louis, Missouri; Children's Hospital of Buffalo, Deaconess Hospital of Buffalo, Buffalo General Hospital, Erie County Medical Center, Millard Fillmore Hospitals, Buffalo, New York; North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland; Sutter Memorial Hospital, Sacramento, California; Principal Investigators—Dr. Ernst Friedrich, St. Louis, Missouri; Dr. Norman Courey, Buffalo, New York; Dr. J. F. Hulka, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Dr. Lucas Blanco, Baltimore, Maryland; Dr. Gary Stewart, Sacramento, California.