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The effect of United Kingdom immigration policies on migrant access to sexual and reproductive healthcare

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  • Author note This is an edited version of the author’s original prize-winning entry for the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare’s 2018 Margaret Jackson Essay Prize for undergraduate medical students.

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