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Renee Loth

Barriers to abortion rise, even in Brookline

By Renee Loth
October 30, 2009

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One private health care facility's attempt to move into new space on a commercial street is emblematic of the national trend in which regulation and intimidation have sharply reduced the number of clinics, doctors, and hospitals willing to engage in the procedure, or medical schools to train the next generation of providers. (Full article: 696 words)

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