Will the Biden Administration Get Bolder on Improving Abortion Access?

April 27, 2021
The Nation

The Biden administration’s announcement this month that it would allow mifepristone to be sent by mail revolutionized access to abortion—in about half the country. Elsewhere, state laws requiring patients to meet with a provider in person preempt the…

FDA Allows Telemedicine Abortion During Pandemic

April 19, 2021
Ms Magazine

Advocates celebrated the FDA decision for increasing equitable access to safe abortion health care. “This safe, effective option helps close the gaps in abortion access that mostly harm people of color working to make ends…

Will at-home abortions make Roe v. Wade obsolete?

March 21, 2021

But for advocates like Silvia Henriquez, the co-president of the abortion rights group All* Above All, looser federal rules for the pills is part of a long-held goal. “We are working towards a future where…

Opinion: How the Biden administration should stand up for abortion rights

January 27, 2021
The Washington Post

Herminia Palacio, MD, is president and chief executive of the Guttmacher Institute. Daniel Grossman, MD, is the director of Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) at UC San Francisco. As physicians and researchers with…

A Profile of Self-Managed Abortion

January 6, 2021
The Doctor Will See You Now

Recent developments have made it increasingly difficult for many women to access abortion services in the United States. “Abortion deserts” — cities where people have to travel 100 miles or more to reach an abortion…

Telemedicine Is Revolutionizing Abortion Health Care—in Ways Likely To Persist Long Past COVID

January 4, 2021
Ms Magazine

This post originally appeared in the Hampshire Gazette. It has been republished with permission. The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming many aspects of our lives, and abortion is no exception. Telemedicine is expanding access to abortion health…

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