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Contraceptive use and distribution of high-risk births in Nigeria: a sub-national analysis

Bibliographic reference Akinyemi, Akanni ; Adedini, Sunday ; Hounton, Sennen ; Akinlo, Ambrose ; Adedeji, Olanike ; et. al. Contraceptive use and distribution of high-risk births in Nigeria: a sub-national analysis. In: Global Health Action, Vol. 8, no.29745, p. 45-52 (2015)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/170592
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