Abortion 'reversal': the latest sham from anti-choice activists trying to end women's rights

The Guardian
In an op-ed, ANSIRH's Dr. Daniel Grossman warns against an unproven treatment being pushed by anti-abortion advocates in an effort to "undermine the high level of decision certainty among people seeking [abortion]."

Primary care providers fall short on pregnancy options counseling

UCSF Bixby Center
A recent survey of primary care physicians (PCPs) found that while most believe their colleagues should counsel women on all options for unintended pregnancy, they often fail to do so in their own practices.

Reveal: Her own devices

The Center for Investigative Reporting
Reveal, a project of the Center for Investigative Reporting, interviews Dr. Daniel Grossman about self-induced abortion beginning around 29:30 of the audio clip.

Mandatory ultrasound viewing rarely dissuades women

UCSF Bixby Center

Wisconsin is one of four states, along with Kentucky, Louisiana and Texas that mandate ultrasound viewing before abortion.

The lessons the abortion rights movement can learn from the marriage equality win

Dr. Katrina Kimport shares the lessons that the abortion rights movement can learn from the marriage equality movement.

Why did contraception stop being common ground in the abortion wars?

In an op-ed, ANSIRIH's Dr. Carole Joffe explores a key question: "What became of that short-lived moment in American politics when contraception was viewed as the main point of 'common ground' between supporters and opponents of abortion?"

One year after the Supreme Court’s HB2 ruling, facts matter more than ever

In an op-ed reflecting on the one-year anniversary of the Whole Woman’s Health Supreme Court decision, Dr. Daniel Grossman writes: "[The decision] is a potent tool to fight back against these restrictions in the one place facts still matter — the courts."

One year after Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt, abortion rights are still in danger

Dr. Daniel Grossman [of ANSIRH] reflected on the importance of Whole Woman’s Health in 2017. “The ruling was really important because it clarified the judicial standard for undue burden...It really emphasized the need for high quality evidence."

New framework to classify abortion-related adverse events

UCSF Bixby Center

Abortion is a common and safe procedure, yet there has been little standardization of how to classify incidents related to patient safety.

Philip Darney receives William K. Rashbaum, MD Award

UCSF Bixby Center
Congratulations to Dr. Philip Darney, the Bixby Center's founding director, who received the William K. Rashbaum, MD, Abortion Provider Award from Physicians for Reproductive Health.