Ethnicity, Bioethics, and Prenatal Diagnosis: The Amniocentesis Decisions of Mexican-Origin Women and Their Partners
Browner, C. H.
Preloran, H. Mabel
Cox, Simon J.
American Journal of Public Health 1999 November; 89(11): 1658- 1666
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