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Randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy less than 14 weeks' gestation

By S.C. Robson, T. Kelly, D. Howel, M. Deverill, J. Hewison, M.L.S. Lie, E. Stamp, N . Armstrong and C.R . May
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Year: 2009
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