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At what cost? Payment for abortion care by U.S. women.

Jones RK, Upadhyay UD, Weitz TA

Guttmacher Institute, New York, New York 10038, USA. rjones@guttmacher.org

Published 10 May 2013 in Womens Health Issues, 23(3): e173-8.
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Articles on Abortion published 2 May 2013:

Medical abortion follow-up with serum human chorionic gonadotropin compared with ultrasonography: a randomized controlled trial.   Obstet Gynecol, 121(3): 607-13.

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Articles on Abortion published 18 March 2013:

Early surgical abortion: safe and effective.   Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 18(2): 120-6.

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Efficacy and acceptability of early mifepristone-misoprostol medical abortion in Ukraine: results of two clinical trials.   Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 18(2): 112-9.

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Acceptability and feasibility of the use of 400 ╬╝g of sublingual misoprostol after mifepristone for medical abortion up to 63 days since the last menstrual period: evidence from Uzbekistan.   Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 18(2): 104-11.

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Articles on Abortion published 11 March 2013:

Abortion law around the world: progress and pushback.   Am J Public Health, 103(4): 585-9.

There is a global trend toward the liberalization of abortion laws driven by women's rights, public health, and human rights advocates. This trend reflects the recognition of women's access to legal abortion services as a matter of women's rights and self-determination and an understanding of the dire public health implications of criminalizing abortion. Nonetheless, legal strategies to introduce barriers that impede access to legal abortion services, such as mandatory waiting periods, biased ... [Abstract] [Full-text]

Decriminalization of abortion in Mexico City: the effects on women's reproductive rights.   Am J Public Health, 103(4): 590-3.

In April 2007, the Mexico City, Mexico, legislature passed landmark legislation decriminalizing elective abortion in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. In Mexico City, safe abortion services are now available to women through the Mexico City Ministry of Health's free public sector legal abortion program and in the private sector, and more than 89 000 legal abortions have been performed. By contrast, abortion has continued to be restricted across the Mexican states (each state makes its own ... [Abstract] [Full-text]

The World Health Organization's safe abortion guidance document.   Am J Public Health, 103(4): 593-6.

We discuss the history of the World Health Organization's (WHO's) development of guidelines for governments on providing safe abortion services, which WHO published as Safe Abortion: Technical and Policy Guidance for Health Systems in 2003 and updated in 2012. We show how the recognition of the devastating impact of unsafe abortion on women's health and survival, the impetus of the International Conference on Population and Development and its five-year follow-up, and WHO's progressive ... [Abstract] [Full-text]

Trends in termination of pregnancy in Glasgow, Liverpool and┬áManchester.   Public Health, 127(2): 143-52.

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