"It's not something you talk about really": information barriers encountered by women who travel long distances for abortion care.

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Summary of ""It's not something you talk about really": information barriers encountered by women who travel long distances for abortion care."

For individuals traveling significant distances for time-sensitive abortion care, accurate information about service options and locations is critical, but little is known regarding information barriers that individuals may encounter and strategies for circumventing these barriers.


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Name: Contraception
ISSN: 1879-0518


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