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  1. How This D.C. Clinic Wants To 'De-Medicalize' AbortionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Switched

    That's one of the advertising slogans used by Carafem , an abortion clinic opening this week in Washington, D.C. The clinic plans to approach abortion as a straightforward part of women's health care, hoping to make the procedure a streamlined process that is easy to access. Carafem will provide the abortion pill to women who are less than 10 weeks pregnant.

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  2. a Abortion Spaa Aimes to a De-Stigmatizea ProcedureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Breitbart.com

    The abortion movement is going upscale: a new Maryland abortion clinic in Friendship Heights called Carafem attempts to make women who want an abortion feel like they're attending a spa, with tea, robes, and plush furniture. Not only that, Carafem wants women wanting an abortion to feel just dandy about the procedure, guilt-free, with its ads scheduled for metro stations in the area proudly proclaiming, "Abortion.

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  3. With New Abortion Bill, Arizona Writes Medical Malpractice into LawRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Common Dreams

    Arizona's governor signed an extreme abortion restriction bill on Monday, which women's health advocates say effectively writes medical malpractice into law. "This law will force abortion providers to give patients information about medical abortion care that is unsubstantiated and not supported by evidence-even abortion opponents admit there is no medical proof to support this information," said Vicki Saporta, president and CEO of the National Abortion Federation.

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  4. Arizona Law Now Forces Doctors to Say Abortion Can Be ReversedRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed into a law Monday a mandate that physicians give untested and possibly dangerous medical advice to pregnant women. Under the new law, doctors must tell women who take abortion drug mifepristone that the process can be "reversed" if they act quickly enough.

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  5. Arizona blocks Obamacare coverage on abortionsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blue

    Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey signed a law on Monday that requires doctors to tell women that drug-induced abortions can be reversed and that blocks the purchase of insurance on the Obamacare health exchange that includes abortion coverage. The requirement that patients be told that the effects of abortion pills may be undone by using high doses of a hormone was the most hotly contested provision during legislative debate.

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  6. Arizona Gov. Ducey signs bill requiring doctors to tell patients...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Raw Story

    Then-Arizona Republican gubernatorial primary candidate Doug Ducey smiles after voting in the Paradise Valley section of Phoenix, Arizona on Aug. 26, 2014. Photo by Samantha Sais for Reuters.

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  7. Arizona abortion bill requires doctors to give patients misleading informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Daily Kos

    Let's say you have a stomachache and go to the doctor, but a new state rule mandates that your physician must tell you about an unproven procedure involving monkey dung and turnip juice. Hey, a guy in Malaysia says it works! For what medical procedure are doctors required to do something like this-tell you about unproven, experimental treatments? Well, we have one.

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  8. Can an Abortion Be Undone?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Atlantic

    Women who opt to get an abortion in Arizona within their first two months of pregnancy may soon find themselves on the receiving end of some unusual advice from their doctors. A medical abortion, which works within the first nine weeks or so of gestation, involves taking two pills within a few days of each other.

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  9. 12 week old fetus ultrasoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Daily Beast

    Arizona has a bill that would force docs to claim abortions can be reversed-just one of the lies they have to tell pregnant women. If the bill sitting on Republican Governor Doug Ducey desk is signed today, doctors in Arizona will be required to tell a patient receiving a medical abortion that she can change her mind, even after the abortion is underway.

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  10. Abortion Lies Doctors Are Forced to TellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | TheDailyBeast.com

    Arizona has a bill that would force docs to claim abortions can be reversed-just one of the lies they have to tell pregnant women. If the bill sitting on Republican Governor Doug Ducey desk is signed today, doctors in Arizona will be required to tell a patient receiving a medical abortion that she can change her mind, even after the abortion is underway.

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  11. Slate on AZ Abortion Bill: 'You Should Be Able To Get Through an...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Tucson Weekly

    Anti-choicers, backed by one particularly vocal doctor named George Delgado, are claiming that you can "reverse" medication abortions. A woman having a medication abortion takes two pill doses, one of mifepristone and then another of misoprostol.

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  12. Arizona May Force Doctors To Tell Women Their Abortion Can Be ReversedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | ThinkProgress

    Doctors in Arizona may soon be required to tell their patients about an unscientific and unproven method of "reversing" an abortion, if Gov. Doug Ducey approves a bill that the legislature sent to his desk this week . The bill in question, SB 1318 , was originally intended to restrict insurance coverage for abortion services.

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  13. Arizona Lawmakers Approve Controversial Abortion BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Switched

    Arizona lawmakers on Wednesday passed a controversial measure blocking women from buying insurance that includes abortion coverage through the federal health care exchange. The fiercely-debated bill also requires doctors to tell women they could possibly reverse the effects of a drug-induced abortion, a claim that critics called "junk science."

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  14. Idaho Senate Passes Abortion-Restricting MeasureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Boise Weekly

    The Idaho Senate voted along party lines-27 to 7-Monday to approve House Bill 154a which would place greater restrictions on Idaho abortions. The measure requires a physician to conduct an in-person exam and counseling to any pregnant woman before she's allowed to undergo a chemical abortion using RU-486.

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  15. Anti-Chemical Abortion Bill OK'dRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Spokesman-Review

    The Senate has voted 27-7 in favor of HB 154a , the "chemical abortion" bill, which places new restrictions on abortions that are performed by medication, such as RU-486, rather than by surgery. Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, R-Cottonwood, warned of "web-cam abortions," in which she said the physician never sees the patient in person, though those haven't happened in Idaho.

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  16. Senate passes anti-'chemical abortion' bill on 27-7 party-line voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Spokesman-Review

    The Senate has voted 27-7 in favor of HB 154a , the "chemical abortion" bill, which places new restrictions on abortions that are performed by medication, such as RU-486, rather than by surgery. Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, R-Cottonwood, warned of "web-cam abortions," in which she said the physician never sees the patient in person, though those haven't happened in Idaho.

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  17. Iowa's High Court Considers Ban on Planned Parenthood's 'Webcam Abortions'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Cybercast News Service

    The Iowa Supreme Court is currently deciding whether to uphold a ban on Planned Parenthood of the Heartland's "webcam abortions" in which off-site physicians remotely dispense two abortion-inducing drugs to patients they have not examined. "This is a national test case," said Matthew Heffron, an attorney for the Thomas More Society , after the high court heard oral arguments in the case on March 11. PPH "is trying the procedure here.

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  18. Idaho Senate Committee Moves Abortion Restricting Bill ForwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Boise Weekly

    Controversial House Bill 154-which puts additional restrictions on Idaho women's access to a legal abortion-passed by voice vote this morning and sent to the amending order of the full Senate. HB 154 specifically targets abortion-inducing drug RU-486 and requires the procedure be supervised by a doctor and is therefore not eligible for telehealth counseling in rural Idaho.

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  19. Two big hearings this morning on abortion, guns...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | The Spokesman-Review

    Two big hearings are happening simultaneously this morning: A hearing in the Lincoln Auditorium on HB 154 , the House-passed bill to add new restrictions on abortions performed by medication rather than by surgery, which is being considered by the Senate State Affairs Committee; and a hearing in the House State Affairs Committee on HB 243 , the bill to revamp Idaho's concealed weapon permit laws. You can listen live here to either of the hearings.

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  20. Steroids rapidly restore blood-brain barrier function after blastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Medical News Today

    Columbia Engineering research findings could reduce mandatory rest periods for military personnel exposed to blast injury, enabling them to return to duty faster This image shows increased tight junction immunostaining 1 day after blast injury due to dexamethasone treatment. Characteristic staining of the ZO-1 tight junction protein in untreated controls.

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