Legal Abortion: The Public Health Record
Science. 1982 Mar 26; 215(4540): 1586-1590.
Public health in the United States has been affected in the past decade by the increased availability and utilization of abortion. The legalization of abortion has led to a decrease in deaths and surgical complications among women of childbearing age, the development of safer procedures for pregnancy termination, and the provision of low-cost outpatient services. Adverse outcomes in future pregnancies and an increase in breast cancer risk are two of the possible negative results of the increased abortion rate. Three graphs and a statistical table illustrate the article. (KIE abstract)
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