OB-GYNs Remain Conflicted About Abortion, Survey Shows, But Pills May Be Changing Attitudes

February 8, 2019

(Los Angeles Times) – With the national abortion debate entering a new stage, a survey of U.S. obstetricians and gynecologists has found that while nearly 3 out of 4 had a patient who wanted to end a pregnancy in the past year, fewer than 1 in 4 were willing and able to perform one themselves. Among the doctors who answered questions about the procedure, 1 in 3 cited personal, religious or moral reasons for not providing abortion services.

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