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'Internet abortions' may be safe option where procedure is restricted, study suggests


'Internet abortions' may be safe option where procedure is restricted, study suggests
Washington Post

Researchers looked at data from Women on Web (WoW), a nonprofit group that provides an online consultation service for women who live in countries where abortion is restricted. Its doctors review the information a woman gives about her pregnancy and ...

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