Finally, Women In The U.S. Can Get Abortion Pills By Mail
5 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
Here's how you can access a safe abortion in the privacy of your own home
An organization called Women on Web is a service that provides women a way to perform their own safe, medication-induced abortions at home. For years, the group has been shipping the medication to women in countries where abortion is outlawed - and now, through a new service, they are shipping to women in the United States for the first time.
The Atlantic reports that while plenty of American women search online for abortion-inducing pills, many of the medications and online pharmacies they find aren't reliable or...
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Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail
5 monthes ago - By The Atlantic
For years , an organization called Women on Web has given women a way to perform their own medication-induced abortions at home. The organization would, remotely, do online consultations, fill prescriptions, and ship pills that trigger miscarriages to women who live in countries where abortion is illegal. Several studies have shown that the service is safe. For American women who've wanted pills, though, there's been one major problem: Women on Web wouldn't ship to the United States. American women could instead search online for abortion pills, but some of the medicines and pharmacies...
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