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Study: Republican Doctors More Likely to Discourage Abortion Care

Asked how they'd treat a hypothetical patient, Republican doctors were more likely to discourage the patient from having an abortion. Republican physicians were also more likely to discuss mental health in relation to abortion care. The post Study: Republican Doctors More Likely to Discourage Abortion Care appeared first on Rewire.
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