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October 2020

The judicial bypass process delays abortion for adolescents

UCSF Bixby Center

In 37 states, young people ages 17 and under who need an abortion must involve one or both parents in their decision.

While abortion on TV is becoming more diverse, it still doesn’t reflect reality

UCSF Bixby Center

Abortion on-screen has become a more common occurrence.

Study reveals gap in informed consent for egg donation

UCSF Bixby Center

Globally, there is an increased demand for donor eggs in assisted reproduction.

A rare expansion in abortion access because of COVID-19

TIME
Carole Joffe of ANSIRH wrote about the history of medication abortion in TIME.

September 2020

Zambian study points to why some mothers don't carry on taking HIV drugs

The Conversation
Jerry Nutor wrote about his work on the first study in Zambia to explore how attitudes and beliefs affect HIV-positive pregnant and breastfeeding women’s intention to take ART consistently.

How the US keeps poor people from accessing abortion

Vox
This video explainer of the Hyde amendment from Vox highlights research from ANSIRH's Sarah Roberts showing the impact of the ban on Medicaid coverage for abortion.

The experiences of Black women at the intersection of race, gender, and pregnancy

UCSF Bixby Center

Pronounced racial disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes persist in the United States.

HPV vaccination rises among US kids, but many still unprotected

HealthDay
Ina Park talked to HealthDay about the safety, effectiveness and importance of the HPV vaccine.

Healthcare workers’ preparedness to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana

UCSF Bixby Center

Healthcare workers’ preparedness to respond to any pandemic is critical to containing disease spread.

The abortion pill is safe, so why are conservatives lying about it?

Rewire.News
Ushma Upadhyay talked to Rewire.News about the evidence demonstrating the safety of medication abortion.