Review of research and studies on the health education and related aspects of family planning (1967-1971)

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Birth control -- Research, Birth control -- Study and teaching, Communication in birth control, Evaluation research (Social action prog
Other titlesReview of research and studies on the health education and related aspects
StatementMarjorie A.C. Young.
SeriesHealth education monographs -- no. 34
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LC ClassificationsHQ763.5, HQ763.6 U5Y59
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Open LibraryOL20756895M

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