Abstract| Volume 97, ISSUE 5, P460, May 2018

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Lifetime prevalence of self-induced abortion among a nationally representative sample of U.S. women

      Despite the recognition that some U.S. women attempt abortion self-induction, prevalence data are limited. The only prior study of the general population found that 1.7% of Texan women had ever attempted self-induction. This study aimed to estimate the national prevalence of self-induced abortion.
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