Female genital mutilation in Upper Egypt in the new millennium

@article{Rasheed2011FemaleGM,
  title={Female genital mutilation in Upper Egypt in the new millennium},
  author={Salah M. Rasheed and Ahmed H. Abd-Ellah and Fouad M. A. Yousef},
  journal={International Journal of Gynecology \& Obstetrics},
  year={2011},
  volume={114}
}
Impact of the complete ban on female genital cutting on the attitude of educated women from Upper Egypt toward the practice
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Determinants of disagreement with female genital mutilation/cutting of future daughters and awareness of the ban among Egyptian university students
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