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Secondary school teachers opinion about contraceptive practice and pregnancy among school girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: implications for family planning programmes.
Malays J Reprod Health. 1994 Jun; 12(1):1-9.MJ

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12320335

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Briggs, L A.. "Secondary School Teachers Opinion About Contraceptive Practice and Pregnancy Among School Girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Implications for Family Planning Programmes." Malaysian Journal of Reproductive Health : a Publication of the Reproductive Research Centre of the National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia, vol. 12, no. 1, 1994, pp. 1-9.
Briggs LA. Secondary school teachers opinion about contraceptive practice and pregnancy among school girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: implications for family planning programmes. Malays J Reprod Health. 1994;12(1):1-9.
Briggs, L. A. (1994). Secondary school teachers opinion about contraceptive practice and pregnancy among school girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: implications for family planning programmes. Malaysian Journal of Reproductive Health : a Publication of the Reproductive Research Centre of the National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia, 12(1), 1-9.
Briggs LA. Secondary School Teachers Opinion About Contraceptive Practice and Pregnancy Among School Girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Implications for Family Planning Programmes. Malays J Reprod Health. 1994;12(1):1-9. PubMed PMID: 12320335.
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