Thousands of women stocked up on abortion pills, especially following news of restrictions

"Thousands of women stocked up on abortion pills just in case they needed them, new research shows, with demand peaking in the past couple years at times when it looked like the medications might become harder to get. Medication abortion accounts for more than half of all abortions in the U.S., and typically involves two drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. A research letter published Tuesday in JAMA Internal Medicine looked at requests for these pills from people who weren't pregnant and sought them through Aid Access, a European online telemedicine service that prescribes them for future and immediate use...."
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Colorado Becomes First State to Ban So-Called Abortion Pill Reversals

The Colorado legislature passed a bill to make prescribing any drug in this way medical misconduct, unless three of the state's medical boards find it is a "generally accepted standard of practice." Gov. Jared Polis (D) signed the bill into law on April 14. The bill also limits advertising by pregnancy resource centers opens in a new tab or window, which do not offer abortions; rather, they are known to try to talk people out of getting an abortion.
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