By Mary Elizabeth Williams, Dec 26, 2022
As access becomes more restricted and fragmented, states with stronger abotion protections face their own challenges. Dr. Kecia Gaither, a board-certified physician in OB-GYN and maternal fetal medicine in New York, tells Salon, “I’ve seen personally, there has been an influx of people coming to New York for reproductive services. That’s definitely been seen, and monies have been allocated to ensure that there’s adequacy of supplies and assistance. I have friends in other parts of the country who are concerned. They’re concerned as to their liability. The bottom line I personally think is, there are people making decisions on clinical care who don’t have a clinical background. And that’s a dangerous, slippery slope. Ectopics are an issue. Congenital anomalies are an issue, particularly congenital anomalies that are not compatible with life.”
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