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All people have the right to access safe, high-quality, affordable, stigma-free abortion throughout pregnancy. Several state and federal policies and...
Since abortion was legalized in the United States in 1973, states have created hundreds of laws limiting whether, when, and under what circumstances...
Oral contraceptives (or birth control pills) are one of the safest and best-studied medications on the market today, and one of the most popular and...
Telehealth, the remote provision of health care services using information and communication technology, is becoming increasingly popular as a health...
Beyond the legal and access barriers that women experience, stigma and social barriers impact and delay women’s ability to access safe, high-...
Ibis convenes the National Teenage Pregnancy Partnership (NTPP), a coalition of NGOs, government departments, and university partners that share...
Despite medication abortion using mifepristone being the recommended regimen by the World Health Organization, use of mifepristone-misoprostol has...
Improving the quality of care provided in the reproductive health setting can lead to the provision of better care, increased access to and use of...
Improving access to contraception is cost effective and improves women’s and children’s health, helps to reduce maternal mortality, and...
Abortion is a common, safe, and legal health service, but has grown increasingly inaccessible in the US. Since it was first legalized, states have...

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