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EXPLAINER: 'Morning after pill' not always option after rape

 

September 11, 2022



MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some leaders in states with strict bans on abortion say exceptions for rape or incest victims aren't needed because emergency contraceptives can be used instead. But medical professionals and advocates for rape survivors say that while emergency contraception is a helpful tool, it's not always foolproof, and getting access to these emergency measures in the short time in which they would be effective may not be realistic for someone who has just been assaulted.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some leaders in states with strict abortion bans say exceptions for rape or incest victi...



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