February 24, 2024

Embryos & Abortions

Independent - More than 50 Idaho obstetricians have stopped practising in the state since a near-total abortion ban took effect in August 2022, according to a newly released report.  Data compiled by the Idaho Physician Well-Being Action Collaborative also shows that only two obstetricians moved to the state to practice in the last 15 months, the Idaho Statesman reported on Tuesday. Obstetricians provide healthcare during pregnancy and childbirth. The number of obstetricians in Idaho decreased from 227 in 2022 to about 176 in 2023, a decline of 51 doctors, the report said. IPWAC was created in 2018 by local doctors to address problems affecting physicians and patients in Idaho communities, according to its websites

CNN-  Alabama and frozen embryos. State lawmakers are planning legislation to "protect" IVF after the state Supreme Court's ruling. Bipartisan effort. Trump also weighed in and said he supports IVF.

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