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Medical Abortion Access Restricted By Distance, Cost, And Knowledge

A new study was found that only 35% of women in Australia eligible for medical abortion are choosing the process over surgery.

On paper costs, be a short of facts and requiring to return for a health check a fortnight afterward were factors, the scientist of some Universities believe hamper female’s choices when it comes to terminations. 325 more words

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Women Resist Kickoff

When: May 6, 4:00 PM
Where: Escala Tower Belltown, Seattle, 98101 (exact address provided with RSVP)
Cost: FREE; RSVP here

Join UltraViolet members in Seattle for a Women Resist Kickoff gathering to plan immediate next steps to resist Trump’s agenda and start an UltraViolet Team. 118 more words

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Site Launches to Help Women With At-Home Abortions

An international advocacy group is concerned about “restrictive” abortion laws in the U.S. — so it took action. Women Helped Women launched a website that provides advice for women using the at-home abortion pill to induce abortions. 112 more words


The Right to Choose for All? Abortion Access for Low-Income Americans

As patients shuffle in and out of the Planned Parenthood health center in Boston, 69-year-old John Russo paces outside the Commonwealth Avenue clinic. Around his neck, a black sign hangs; it reads, “PRAY TO END ABORTION.” … 1,430 more words

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Reproductive Justice NB opposes Right to Life return

Clinic 554, formerly the Morgentaler Clinic, has operated out of its Brunswick Street location since 1994.

The Right to Life Association moved in next door six years later. 451 more words


As US tightens abortion regulations, Canada makes abortion more accessible

The Canadian province New Brunswick announced last week that it would start providing the abortion pill Mifegymiso—typically valued at $300—to women in the province for free. 300 more words

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Last Abortion Provider of Deep South Opens Up About Denying Abortion

Dr. Willie Parker is a devout Christian — he also provides abortions in the deep south. In this story he writes about a woman in Mississippi coming to him for an abortion who thought she was nine weeks pregnant. 136 more words