Later-term abortions: Stigma versus reality

Sydney Morning Herald,  

“We consider ourselves to be potential targets for domestic terrorism.”

That’s the reason one abortion provider gave for not wishing to be named when asked for comment about the situation facing later-term abortion providers in Australia.

Despite the backlash from some sectors of the community, Dr Jane Baird says her job is very satisfying.Dr Jane Baird

New Study Finds Abortion Restrictions Like Mandatory Waiting Periods, Counseling Don’t Work as Intended

rewire news, May 2, 2017

In a new study, researchers discovered that abortion restrictions like mandatory waiting periods and forced counseling often don’t affect a patient’s certainty about having an abortion. In some cases, such sessions even increase their confidence in their decision to have an abortion.

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