Abortion policy as a reflection of Soviet concern for the nation’s reproductive health

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Alena V. Sviridova, assistant of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Orenburg State Medical University. (Orenburg)

The abortion policy of the Soviet Union reflects the attitude of the party towards the social and demographic situation in the country as a whole in the era of the formation of the new state. This article describes a historical zigzag that had serious irreversible consequences for the reproductive health of the nation.

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