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With more than 25 years of experience, she's seen some progress in family planning since the days of the Soviet Union, when such topics were largely taboo.
They immediately opt for an abortion, and don't even tell their parents or boyfriends." Russia was the first country in the world to legalize abortion, in 1920.
The procedure was briefly driven underground, when Soviet leader Josef Stalin banned abortion in an attempt to encourage women to have larger families.
"Young women who think that having an abortion is an easy thing are wrong," Latypova tells RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir Service. I don't think it's the right decision." Despite an abundance of new family-planning options, Latypova says lack of public awareness and prohibitive expenses -- like monthly packs of birth control pills -- mean many women still see abortion as their only choice.
"Students and young girls can't afford birth control.