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Arafa, E. , Abdelghany, A. , Madkour, N. , Nossair, W. and Mohamed, E. (2014) Survey Study of Acute and Long Term Effects of Female Genital Mutilation among Women in Sharkia Governorate. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
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