Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 37, Number 3, September 2011

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In This Issue [HTML]



Induced Abortion in Colombia: New Estimates and Change Between 1989 and 2008 [HTML] [PDF]
Elena Prada, Ann Biddlecom and Susheela Singh

Trends in National Family Planning Programs, 1999, 2004 and 2009 [HTML] [PDF]
John Ross and Ellen Smith

Induced Abortion in Tehran, Iran: Estimated Rates and Correlates [HTML] [PDF]
Amir Erfani

Maternal Health Care Utilization Among HIV-Positive Female Adolescents in Kenya [HTML] [PDF]
Harriet Birungi, Francis Obare, Anke van der Kwaak and Jane Harriet Namwebya


Maximizing the Effectiveness of Sexual and Reproductive Health Funding Provided by Seven European Governments [HTML] [PDF]
Sara Seims


A Woman Cannot Die from a Pregnancy She Does Not Have [HTML] [PDF]
Nadia Diamond-Smith and Malcolm Potts


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Risk of HIV Transmission Is Substantially Reduced During Antiretroviral Therapy [HTML]

Poverty, Multiple Partners Linked to HIV Infection Among Indian Women [HTML]

Medication Abortions May Be Equally Safe Whether Done at Home or Clinic [HTML]

In Nigeria, Migrant Youth Are More Likely Than Others to Have Had Sex [HTML]

Sex-Selective Abortions During Past Three Decades May Explain Absence of Millions of Girls in India [HTML]

Peer Intervention Reduces STIs Among High-Risk Individuals in China [HTML]

Program for Malawian Males Results in Increased Contraceptive Use [HTML]



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