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The murky truth about why women in England can’t have abortions at home10 Jul 9:31am

The murky truth about why women in England can’t have abortions at home

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The law that requires women to take the necessary pills in a clinic is a moral hangup based on anti-abortion hysteria The medical abortion – “the abortion pill” – sounds easier than it is. It happens in two stages: first, mifepristone, then, 24 to 48 hours later, misoprostol, which within a few hours will terminate the pregnancy. In the 90s, you went home in between, but you had to stay in the clinic for the duration of the second process, which was all a bit
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