Researchers at the University of California San Francisco found in the Turnaway
Study that a woman who is denied abortion care is three times more likely to slip into poverty than a woman who is able to get an abortion.
The study, based on data from the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health's ongoing Turnaway
Study, included about 230 women just above the gestational limit who were denied an abortion, about 450 women just below the limit who received an abortion and about 270 women who received a first trimester abortion.
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data unfavorably in general.
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crowd that had filled the stadium hours before kickoff Ahli players delivered on their promise to win at any result that will make their mission in Riyadh easier.
Such a level-headed approach will come as music to the ears to Corey's father, Jackie, who is familiar with the annual turnaway
rate of young hopefuls who fail to realise their dream across the water.
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from long-term investment in human and intellectual capital marked the private sector, too, as downsizing companies cast off employees who were fixtures of their workforces.
In truth, its findings don't tell us a whole lot more than what the researchers tried to tell us in the original Turnaway
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