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Title: Epidemiological study of induced abortion by pregnancy screening in a rural community in Egypt, 1972-1973
Authors: Egypt. Supreme Council for Population and Family Planning
Kamal, I.
El-Nomrossey, M.M.
Bindary, A.
Ghoneim, M.A.
Talaat, M.M.
Keywords: EPIDEMIOLOGY
ABORTION
VILLAGES
EGYPT
PREGNANCY
SURVEYS
DEMOGRAPHY
FERTILITY
MARITAL STATUS
ATTITUDES
STATISTICAL DATA
Date: 1975
Publisher: Supreme Council for Population and Family Planning, EG
Abstract: IDRC supported. Epidemiologycal study of induced abortion in Al Kharkania village in Egypt by pregnancy screening - discusses information obtained from surveys on demographic characteristics, fertility, marital status, fecundity, menstruation, attitudes; detection of early pregnancies and abortions. Includes statistical data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/587
Project Number: 710089
Project Title:  Epidemiological Study of Induced Abortion (Egypt)
Access: IDRC Only
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