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Abortion, the states and the World Health Organization

The new WHO recommendations make it painfully clear that, nearly 40 years after Roe v. Wade, we’re doing everything wrong here. Whether it’s gestational limits, ultrasounds, counseling or human rights, nearly every policy proposed by anti-abortion legislators directly contradicts the new WHO guidelines, which are based on years of consultation and discussion, incorporating scientific evidence and international human rights standards.
Authors: Kumar, Anu
Year: 2012

Languages: English

Regions: US and Canada

Countries: United States

Topics: Media/PR

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