Future of Reproductive Rights May Be Digital Abortion Clinics

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Future of Reproductive Rights May Be Digital Abortion Clinics” – below is their description.

With new data revealing abortion demand is increasing in the U.S., online clinics are seeing a spike in abortion pill requests which are ordered privately and through a smartphone. NBC News’ Isa Gutiérrez spoke with a Texas woman about her story obtaining the pill to have an abortion.  

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