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60% Abortions in 2023 – Medication Abortions on the Rise!

Medication 60% Abortions Surge in 2023, Impacting 60% Abortion Landscape Ahead of Supreme Court Case

Rising Medication 60% Abortion Rates Prompt Debate Ahead of Potential Changes to Mifepristone Access

According to CBS NEWS, new research shows that more than 60% abortions in the U.S. in 2023 were done using medication. This is up from 53% in 2020. The research comes just before a big Supreme Court case. The case could affect how easy it is for women to get a drug called mifepristone which is used in medication abortions.

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60% Abortions in 2023 – Medication Abortions on the Rise! (PHOTO: Reuters)

Recent Developments in Mifepristone Access and Telehealth Impact 60% Abortion Rights Debate

In 2000, the FDA approved mifepristone for abortions. Recently, CVS and Walgreens announced they would sell it, earning praise from President Biden. However, some groups have sued the FDA over this. Telehealth made it easier for people to get medication abortions during COVID-19. Vice President Kamala Harris visited an abortion clinic marking a historic event. These developments highlight the ongoing debate over 60% abortion rights.

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