Abortion

Study Finds Higher Demand For Abortion Medication Online In States With Restrictive Laws

A study published in the American Journal of Public Health Thursday shows that women who live in states with restrictive anti-abortion laws are going online to find medication that can induce the procedure.The study analyzes data from Women on...
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Problematic Women: Abortion, Pornography, And Transgender Models

This week on “Problematic Women,” we discuss parents in the U.K. who sued a hospital for “wrongful birth” because their son was born with Down syndrome. They claim, had they known, they would have had an abortion instead.  We...

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Medicare For All Makes Room For Abortion, Opioids In Dem Debate

In the latest debate, the Democratic candidates disagreed on how best to cover more Americans with health insurance but agreed on the need to protect women's reproductive rights. Medscape Medical News
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Death Threats And Abuse: Doctors Brave The 'abortion Desert'

To safeguard their patients' reproductive rights, physicians risk personal safety to fly to places where abortion access is severely limited. Medscape Medical News

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Authorities Find Bodies Of 165 Murdered Babies In Dead Abortion Doctor’s Car Trunk

Authorities and family members have so far found 2,411 medically preserved remains of murdered babies in Klopfer's possession.

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California To Require Public Universities To Offer Abortion Pill

California has become the first state to require public universities to offer abortion pills at campus health centers.California's Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday signed the bill into law, which requires the states' 34 universities to offer abortion...

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Will June Medical Deliver A Fatal Dose Of Reality For Precedent?

Below is my column in the Hill newspaper on the late addition of the Louisiana abortion case to an already impactful Supreme Court docket. The most interesting aspect of June Medical however may be what it will ultimately say about the doctrine of...

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Morning Break: Scotus To Revisit Abortion; New Acne Med Ok'd; Is 'clean Eating' Dangerous?

(MedPage Today) -- Health news and commentary from around the Web gathered by the MedPage Today staff
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As Missouri Restricts Abortion, Planned Parenthood Opens Massive New Clinic Across The Border

Women from a state where abortion is restricted had been crossing into Illinois to get health-care at a facility in that state.

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Morning Break: Medicare Overhaul; More Eee Deaths; Abortion Megaclinic

(MedPage Today) -- Health news and commentary from around the Web gathered by the MedPage Today staff
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Overnight Health Care: Supreme Court To Hear Louisiana Abortion Case | Us Narrowly Keeps Measles...

Welcome to Friday's Overnight Health Care. It's been another busy day of impeachment inquiry news, but don't lose sight of a looming Supreme Court fight on abortion. And we've got news on measles and vaping.We'll start with abortion... Supreme...

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The Anti-abortion Doctor Who Believes Ectopic Pregnancies Can Be 'reimplanted'

There is a story that Dr. James Patrick Johnston, a family physician, likes to tell about a patient he saw a few years ago: a woman who discovered her pregnancy had gone ectopic, the embryo implanted in her fallopian tube.Read more...
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Why I Performed Abortions In Indiana

I was recently asked by Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, a non-profit independent abortion provider, to provide abortion care at their new health center in South Bend, Indiana, after the city had been without abortion care since 2015. Though I...

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5 Unhelpful Arguments That Downplay The Importance Of Abortion On Demand

The first shot in the feminist abortion wars was fired in 1969 in a New York City Health Department auditorium, where a panel of male psychologists, doctors, clergy, and lawyers (and one woman, a Sister Mary Patricia) debated exceptions to New...
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Notorious Indiana Abortion Doctor Who Kept Fetal Remains Was German National Who May Have Been...

When notorious Indiana abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer passed way September 3rd, authorities searched his home and made a grisly discovery: Klopfer had kept the remains of more than 2,000 aborted children "medically preserved" in his home.Since that...
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Abortionist Testimony Describes Planned Parenthood Methods Resulting In Live Births For Alleged...

A California abortionist who said he has performed more than 50,000 abortions in his career testified under oath last week that some Planned Parenthood abortionists are using methods that result in live births, presumably in order to better preserve...

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Family Docs Performing Abortion Get 'support' From Aafp

(MedPage Today) -- Academy not neutral, backs medication and abortion procedures in first trimester

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South Korean Physician Conducts Abortion On Wrong Patient

Officials with South Korea’s Gangseo Police Station launched an investigation this week into a Seoul-based physician and a nurse after it was discovered that the pair conducted an abortion on the wrong patient after confusing her with another...
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Abortion Rates Fall To Lowest Level Since Procedure Was Legalized In 1973

Abortion Rates Fall To Lowest Level Since Procedure Was Legalized In 1973 A new study released on Wednesday by the Guttmacher institute shows that abortion rates have fallen to their lowest level since the procedure was legalized in...
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Abortion Doctor Admits Sold Baby Parts Often Came From Babies Born Alive

In an unprecedented hearing in California this week featuring Planned Parenthood executives and the undercover videos made by the Center for Medical Progress, abortion doctors revealed uncomfortable truths about the industry. In one such testimony,...
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