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It will take lot more than free period products to end stigma around menstruation. / Zipp, Sarah; Rostvik, Camilla Mork.

In: The Conversation, 11.12.2020.

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Zipp, S & Rostvik, CM 2020, 'It will take lot more than free period products to end stigma around menstruation' The Conversation. <https://theconversation.com/it-will-take-lot-more-than-free-period-products-to-end-stigma-around-menstruation-151711>

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Zipp, S., & Rostvik, C. M. (2020). It will take lot more than free period products to end stigma around menstruation. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/it-will-take-lot-more-than-free-period-products-to-end-stigma-around-menstruation-151711

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Zipp S, Rostvik CM. It will take lot more than free period products to end stigma around menstruation. The Conversation. 2020 Dec 11.

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Zipp, Sarah ; Rostvik, Camilla Mork. / It will take lot more than free period products to end stigma around menstruation. In: The Conversation. 2020.

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