Science in 5 : Safe abortions

Science in 5 : safe abortions

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Science in 5 : Safe abortions” – below is their description.

What are safe abortions? What makes abortions unsafe? When access to abortion is blocked legally does that impact the number of abortions? WHO’s Dr Bela Ganatra explains in a Science in 5

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