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Summary of 2005 induced abortion statistics

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A press release from Family Life International, New Zealand

Thursday 15th June, 2006

Family Life International releases summary of 2005 induced abortion statistics

Family Life International has posted its own short summary of the 2005 induced abortion statistics which were released earlier today.

This summary gives a basic overview of what these statistics show about induced abortions in New Zealand in 2005, and some points of concern that Family Life International has about what they reveal.

This summary can be downloaded from http://www.fli.org.nz/?sid=68 or by going to the Special Reports section, under the News menu of the Family Life International website.


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