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Kentucky's last abortion clinic get a repreieve
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Kentucky's last abortion clinic sues state to stay open
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Pair behind Planned Parenthood sting videos charged in California
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Breast implants can cause a rare cancer, FDA says
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Best Rx after breast cancer? Exercise
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McCorvey's legal challenge under the pseudonym 'Jane Roe' led to the Supreme Court's landmark decision that legalized abortion in 1973.
Anti-abortion violence is higher that it's been in 20 years: survey
Abortion rights advocates are "extraordinarily concerned" about a Jeff Sessions-led Justice Department in the wake of rising clinic violence.
False positive mammogram readings scare many women off, study finds
False-positive mammograms scare many women off from coming back for more, a new study shows.
Abortion rights groups win temporary victory in Texas over fetal burials
The state's rules seek to ban hospitals and clinics from disposing of fetal remains from abortions or miscarriages as biological medical waste.
How Big Events Like the Super Bowl Fuel U.S. Sex Trafficking
Public gatherings like a biker rally and business conferences are big contributors to the problem of sex trafficking, a 2016 study found.
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