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Threats of retrocession in sexual and reproductive health policies during the Zika epidemic

The Zika virus epidemic has reached more than 20 countries in the Americas and is the potential cause, with circumstantial evidence, for thousands of cases of microcephaly, in addition to other neurological consequences. This calls for a public debate on women’s right to interrupt the pregnancy if they so desire, as an issue of reproductive social justice.
Authors: Galli, Beatriz, Suely Deslandes
Year: 2016

Languages: English

Regions: Caribbean, Latin America

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Topics: Media/PR

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