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Safe Abortion

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Safe Abortion

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN/ASIN: 9241548436
ISBN-13: 9789241548434
Number of pages: 134

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Since first publication of this guidance in 2003, a considerable amount of new data have been produced and published, relating to epidemiological, clinical, service delivery, legal and human rights aspects of providing safe abortion care. This new edition provides policy-makers, programme managers and health-service providers with the latest evidence-based guidance on clinical care.

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