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In Guatemala, Family Planning Clashes with Religion, Tradition

Read the transcript: http://to.pbs.org/gX1vUu In rural Guatemala, it is not unusual for women to have as many as 10 children, beginning in their teens and continuing into their 40s. That can take a big physical toll on mothers. Ray Suarez reports on the cultural, religious and logistical obstacles tied to teaching women about using birth control in a traditional society.
Length: 10:15

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