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Heavily pregnant immigrant women ‘too terrified to seek NHS treatment’ over deportation fears – Evening Standard

12:38 EDT 20 Mar 2017 | Life Sciences Health

Evening StandardHeavily pregnant immigrant women 'too terrified to seek NHS treatment' over deportation fearsEvening StandardPregnant women without legal status are avoiding NHS antenatal care in fear of being reported to the Home Office or facing high medical bills, a charity has claimed. Letters seen by the Standard sent to women with complicated asylum claims warns them ...Pregnant women 'too frightened' to seek NHS care due to immigration status, charities sayThe IndependentPregnant women without legal status 'too afraid to seek NHS care'The Guardianall 4 news articles

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