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Online abortion services 'alternative to unsafe methods'


Online abortion services 'alternative to unsafe methods'
BBC News

Online abortion services can offer an alternative to unsafe methods to end a pregnancy, research has suggested.The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, follow research carried out by an American university.Some 1,000 women, who purcha

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