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Post-Roe, Pregnancies Will Cause Greater Health Risks (News @ Northeastern reports)

Photo by: Miki Jourdan

Kathy Simmonds and Allison Bauer—members of Bouvé College of Health Sciences—weigh in on the health risks associated with the overturning of Roe v. Wade in a recent News @ Northeastern article. The two discuss how the supreme court’s decision will disproportionately affect the health of those facing “financial, racial, religious, geographic and gender disparities.”

People will have abortions, whether it is legal or illegal

Kathy Simmonds, Northeastern Roux Institute & Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Read the full story at the link.

(Photo by: Miki Jourdan)

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