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Adherence to treatment and prevalence of side effects when medical abortion is delivered via telemedicine: a prospective observational cohort study during COVID-19
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  1. Correspondence to Dr John Joseph Reynolds-Wright, The University of Edinburgh MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; jjrw{at}doctors.org.uk
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Reynolds-Wright JJ, Johnstone A, McCabe K, et al
Adherence to treatment and prevalence of side effects when medical abortion is delivered via telemedicine: a prospective observational cohort study during COVID-19

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  • Received July 5, 2021
  • Accepted October 9, 2021
  • First published October 28, 2021.

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