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Abortion law reform: Extra doctor consultation recommended for later than 20-week abortions

New Zealand Herald Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Abortion law reform: Extra doctor consultation recommended for later than 20-week abortionsProposed abortion law reform has been tweaked so that a doctor approving an abortion after 20 weeks would need to consult at least one more doctor before deciding if it was appropriate.But the special select committee considering...
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