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Topic - Alexandra Waldhorn
More than 7,000 teens become pregnant by age 17 each year, and about 64 percent of these "are terminated" by abortion, she said.
Parents were informed about CATCH and given an opt-out form to sign if they didn't want their daughters receiving contraception or Plan B, said Alexandra Waldhorn, a spokeswoman for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.