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History of abortion: Quiz


Question 1: [49] During the mid-1990s in the United States the medical community showed renewed interest in ________ as a method of early surgical abortion.
MifepristoneVacuum aspirationDilation and curettageDilation and evacuation

Question 2: [7] ________ discoveries indicate early surgical attempts at the extraction of a fetus; however, such methods are not believed to have been common, given the infrequency with which they are mentioned in ancient medical texts.
Civil engineeringArchaeologyEngineeringMining

Question 3: 1140– The ________ John Gratian completed the Concordia discordantium canonum (Harmony of Contradictory Laws) which became the first authoritative collection of Canon law accepted by the Church.
NunMonkMonasteryHouseholder (Buddhism)

Question 4: Some of the herbs used at times to terminiate pregnancy are ________.
PoisonLead poisoningMercury poisoningArsenic poisoning

Question 5: 2007– The Parliament of ________ voted to legalize abortion during the first ten weeks of pregnancy.
PortugalGreeceSpainEast Timor

Question 6: Social discourses regarding abortion have historically been related to issues of ________, religious and moral ideology, and human rights.
Family planningOptimum Population TrustFood securityReproductive health

Question 7: Gordon's Pearls of Health," produced by a drug company in ________, "cure[d] all suppressions and irregularities" if "used monthly".
MontrealGreater MontrealUnderground City, MontrealDowntown Montreal

Question 8: The legal precedent of allowing abortion in order to avoid mental or physical damage was picked up by the ________.
United KingdomCommonwealth realmCommonwealth GamesCommonwealth of Nations

Question 9: ________ and their enforcement have fluctuated through various eras.
Abortion lawSchool leaving ageISO 3166-1LGBT rights by country or territory

Question 10: In ________, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down regulations of abortion for violating a woman's constitutional "security of person"; Canadian law has not regulated abortion ever since.
Tremblay v. DaigleR. v. MorgentalerR. v. Morgentaler (1993)Abortion law

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