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Induced abortions in Western Australia, 1999-2005 : report of the WA abortion notification system /cMaternal and Child Health Unit, Information Collection and Management, Department of Health Western Australia
Bib ID 3996306
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Description East Perth, W.A. : Dept. of Health, 2006 
iii, 19 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Statistical series (Western Australia. Dept. of Health) ; no. 80.

Notes

"November 2006".

Bibliography: p. 16.

Also available online on Department of Health's website. Address as at 18 June 2007: http://www.health.wa.gov.au/publications/documents/Abortion%20Report%201999-2005%20FINAL(4).pdf.

Subjects Abortion - Western Australia - Statistics.
Other authors/contributors Western Australia. Maternal and Child Health Unit. Information Collection and Management
Terms of Use Department of Health Western Australia, October 2006 

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