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Researchers Say Study Claiming Abortion
Not Linked to Teen Depression is Flawed


Springfield, IL (Oct. 11 2010) -- A new study published in Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health is claiming that teens who have abortions are not more likely to experience depression afterward. However, the study contradicts previous research and has a number of problems (including small sample size and poor controls).


To read the criticism of the study, visit here (see the third entry) and here.



Learn more: For information about the latest research including links to original papers, visit here.





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