An 'Abortion Reversal' Study Left Women Hemorrhaging. State Lawmakers Still Support Doctors Telling Patients About the Treatments.
Six states require providers tell patients they might be able to “reverse” their abortions. It's not clear if that's true — but the study suggests “abortion reversal” is dangerous.
Anti-choice advocates claim medication abortions can be “reversed” halfway through. But not completing the abortion pill regimen can be life-threatening, according to new research.
A North Dakota bill that would require abortion providers to tell patients their procedure can be “reversed.”
Experts aren’t sure that's scientifically possible.
Four states already mandate that doctors advise women their abortions can be reversed.
Monday's hearing about the bill had standing room only.
San Diego doctor's work is being used in anti-abortion policymaking around the country.
Idaho lawmakers want the state to tell people seeking abortions that they can reverse the procedure.
Republican lawmakers in Utah plan to introduce a bill mandating that doctors inform all women seeking abortion care of "abortion reversal," a potentially dangerous procedure that is not backed by science.