Migrant women workers continue to face abortion access barriers: advocates

Migrant women workers continue to face abortion access barriers: advocates

Misoprostol, a common abortion pill, sits on a gynecological table at Casa Fusa, a health center that advises women on reproductive issues and performs legal abortions in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.  AP-Victor R. Caivano / THE CANADIAN PRESS Misoprostol, a common abortion pill, sits on a gynecological table at Casa Fusa, a health center that advises women on reproductive issues and performs legal abortions in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021. AP-Victor R. Caivano / THE CANADIAN PRESS

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