Tuesday Jul 8
The Star Online
Arab student awarded RM280,000 in negligence suit over death of baby
KUALA LUMPUR: A Saudi Arabian university student was awarded RM280,000 in damages in a medical negligence suit for the death of her baby over alleged use of a drug not encouraged to be used to induce labour.
Please get the repro drugs straight
It is important when discussing the Hobby Lobby case that we avoid conflating hormonal birth control methods with the medication abortion drugs.
The rise of the DIY abortion
As abortion restrictions continue to grip the country more and more tightly, we're seeing a strategy used by women in Latin America - where abortion is, with a few exceptions, illegal - coming into use here: Misoprostol, a pill FDA-approved to treat ulcers that can, if used correctly, safely induce an early abortion .
The Rise of the DIY Abortion in Texas
A pill that revolutionized reproductive rights in Latin America is now gaining ground on the black market in South Texas.
Burnt Orange Report
Limited Abortion Access Endangers South Texas Women
One year after Wendy Davis filibustered HB 2, the abortion restrictions are unsurprisingly affecting women of color and low-income women disproportionately.
The Rise of the Pill Abortion in Texas
The Alamo flea market sits right off South Texas's lengthy Highway 83; a sprawling, dusty, labyrinth of a place.