Dr. Francoise Farron
Françoise Farron had all the characteristics of a scientist long before she went to college.
She was endlessly curious, rigorously honest, loved work and was unerringly focused on what is important. Françoise started her studies at the University of California at Berkeley and obtained her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from New York University Medical School.
Francoise got her first job at Harvard Medical School, studying control mechanisms of cell growth as part of a larger program designed to understand the phenomenon of interrupted differentiation and uncontrolled growth in cancer cells.
Her discovery of the contraceptive properties of SMART WOMEN'S CHOICE actually occurred accidentally; she has the habit of cleaning her private parts before love-making with a concoction of her own devising. Once, she was interrupted and forgot to rinse. After the act, she noticed a clump falling out of her vagina.The remaining cleaning agent had coagulated her husband's ejaculate. At first she thought nothing of it, but on second thought, she felt that this might be an important observation - if repeatable. So, she repeated that 'protocol' many, many times, out of curiosity, until there could be no doubt that this was not a fluke, but a bona fides chemical reaction occurring between what she used to cleanse herself and the sperm.
However, deeply involved in her fascinating studies of cell differentiation, a commercial development of her discovery was never on her radar.
It was only when a friend lost her beautiful young daughter caused by blood clots that formed due to her use of a hormone-containing birth control device, that Françoise felt a moral imperative to share her discovery with other women as an alternative to the dangerous hormone-based contraceptives.
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*In nearly seven years of selling over 12,000 units of SMART WOMEN’S CHOICE, we have had a single reported pregnancy by a SWC user. After discussion with medical professionals, the user realized she was already pregnant before she started using SWC. Until this day, she remains the one and only such case.
SWC is intended to prevent unwanted pregnancies. It does not prevent HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases.
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