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What does IRH stand for?

IRH stands for Institute for Reproductive Health

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8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Advocates for Youth, the Center for American Progress and National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health were pleased to join a diverse group of 70 additional organizations asking President Obama to omit all restrictions on coverage and funding for abortion services from the president's proposed FY 2014 Budget when he submits it to Congress.
SIGNED: Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSiRH) Association of Reproductive Health Professionals Black Women's Health Imperative Catholics for Choice Medical Students for Choice National Advocates for Pregnant Women National Council of Jewish Women Washington National Health Law Program (NHeLP) National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health National Network of Abortion Funds National Organization for Women (NOW)
Fueling the accusations are recently released depositions from a lawsuit filed against the FDA by the Center for Reproductive Rights along with the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and individual members of the Morning-After Pill Conspiracy, an advocacy group.
Fueling the accusations are recently released depositions from a lawsuit filed against the FDA by the Center for Reproductive Rights along with the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and individual members of the Morning-After Pill Conspiracy, an advocacy group.
4) Another innovative integration initiative by the San Diego, California-based Project Concern International and the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, incorporated family planning services into a community-based water and sanitation project that had already gained the trust and participation of men in El Salvador.