Why hundreds of scientists are weighing in on a high-stakes US abortion case
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Nature 599, 187-189 (2021)
Editor’s note: Nature recognizes that transgender men and non-binary people might become pregnant and seek abortion care. We use ‘women’ in this story to reflect how participants are reported in the studies we cite, and how people are referred to in court briefs.
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