"The comments from the patients calling were the same," said
Or lose access to
They're not wrong to worry.
The vast majority of
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So with a
And that's why those women, the ones ringing
"Folks sometimes say people aren't paying attention," Carpentier said. "I'm here to tell you these women are. They understand the threat to their well-being as it relates to reproductive health care."
So that's the reality some American women are facing: Lose coverage, or lose care entirely.
If it happens, Carpentier says, "Those women will go without care. And no amount of magical thinking by (vice president-elect)
Will any of this happen?
"Because the one thing everybody can agree on is that this will be one of the most unpredictable presidencies in the history of the country, we have no idea what to expect," Carpentier says. "Trump made all kinds of promises, some of which we know are not realistic, so I guess we don't know what he's going to do."'
(For what it's worth, it's unlikely that Roe v. Wade, the high court case that found women had a constitutional right to privacy that protected abortion rights, will be overturned, said
Right-wing lawmakers have worked intently to defund
I can't imagine
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