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After Roe v. Wade: US researchers warn of what’s to come

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Nature 607, 15-16 (2022)


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.


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