MOSCOW (Reuters) - Women of all ages used to fill gynecologist Lyubov
Yerofeyeva's Soviet state clinic, lined up by the dozen for back-to-back
abortions. "It was more common to take sick days for an abortion than
for a cold in those days," she said.
after the Soviet Union's collapse, wider availability of contraception
and a resurgence of religion have reduced the numbers of abortions
overall, but termination remains the top method of birth control in
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