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- And they kill me, only because I am a girl’… a review of sex-selective abortions in South Asia.European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care. 2009; 14: 10-16
- Sex preference in urban Nepal.Journal of Institute of Medicine. 2008; 30: 19-23
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- Legal abortion in Nepal and women in prison.Lancet. 2004; 363: 1905
- Choosing embryos: ethical complexity and relational autonomy in staff accounts of PGD.Sociology of Health and Illness. 2007; 29: 1091-1106
- Maintaining access to safe abortion and reducing sex ratio imbalances in Asia.Reproductive Health Matters. 2008; 16: 90-98
- Sex-selective abortion: Evidence from a community-based study in western India.Asia-Pacific Population Journal. 2001; 16: 109-124
- Abnormal sex ratios in human populations: causes and consequences.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2006; 103: 13271-13275
- Female-selective abortion in Asia: Patterns, policies, and debates.American Anthropologist. 2001; 103: 1083-1095
- The ethics of sex selection: A comparison of the attitudes and experiences of primary care physicians and physician providers of clinical sex selection services.Fertility & Sterility. 2010; 93: 2107-2114
- Is sex-selective abortion morally justified and should it be prohibited?.Bioethics. 2007; 21: 520-524
- Female selective abortion—beyond ‘culture’: Family making and gender inequality in a globalizing India. Culture.Health & Sexuality. 2010; 12: 153-166
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- Sex-selective abortion for social reasons: Is it morally justifiable? Sex selection and restricting abortion and sex-determination.Bioethics. 2007; 21: 517-519
The authors acknowledge funding from an anonymous donor that made this study possible.