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The deadline for abortion: Sources and notes

> Report Dress 713, voluntary interruptions of pregnancy 2007, XII 2009.
> Press release "How to protect the right to abortion in 2011".
> IVG.GOUV.FR: the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs of Health and Women's Rights.

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