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Admin Reporter- Pooja

Jul 20 2019


Another Study Finds Telemedicine Is Safe for Certain Abortions

Saturday, 20 July 2019

For the first time since Roe vs. Wade was decided, there are multiple states in the United States where it soon may be almost impossible to legally obtain an abortion.

 

 

Earlier this year, a handful of states cracked down on abortion access, passing bills that prohibit abortions after six weeks.And just this week, the Trump administration announced that federally funded family planning clinics — many of which are affiliated with Planned Parenthood — can no longer refer women for abortions.

 

 

As restrictions on abortion care tighten across multiple fronts, many women have come to rely on accessing abortion medications via telemedicine.Telemedicine has been particularly beneficial for those with limited access to abortions, as it allows women to receive care sooner and at a healthcare center closer to where they live.

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