Selective abortion seen among Indian diaspora, says study

Indo-Canadian professor Prabhat Jha has found that the practice of selective abortion of females in second and third pregnancies is more pronounced among the families in which the mother was born in India but living in Australia, Canada, the UK, or the US. Professor Jha from the Centre for Global Health Research, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, along with...

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