NSW women experiencing reproductive abuse

By Gina Rushton
Updated October 25 2021 - 3:42am, first published 3:30am
Family Planning NSW will start screening for reproductive coercion after concerning research.
Family Planning NSW will start screening for reproductive coercion after concerning research.

NSW's largest family planning organisation will now routinely screen for reproductive coercion after its pilot study revealed that one in every 50 patients disclosed someone had interfered with their reproductive autonomy.

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