Stigma, abortion, and disclosure - findings from a qualitative study
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AbstractThis study qualitatively explores perceptions of women who have experienced abortion care. It explores women's journey through abortion from confirmation of pregnancy to post-abortion.
CitationThe Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2012, 9(12), pp. 3137-47
JournalThe Journal of Sexual Medicine
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