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Medication Abortion Remains Available per SCOTUS Decision

Twenty-three years ago, the FDA approved mifepristone in a regimen for abortion care early in pregnancy. Since then, mifepristone has been used by more than five million people since the FDA approved it. Medical science has advanced, and mifepristone has been practiced for decades, and we know that it is safe and effective when used with misoprostol to terminate a pregnancy.

We’re relieved that tonight’s Supreme Court decision leaves healthcare decisions in the hands of healthcare providers like us and allows our patients to choose the course of care that is the best option for them.

When Roe v. Wade was overturned, anti-abortion actors celebrated but they did not plan to stop there, and they haven’t. Anti-abortion politicians and activists have continued to attack abortion rights and access to sexual and reproductive health care, despite the will of the people. We know that the majority of Americans believe there showed be access to abortion care because they know abortion is health care. The ultimate goal of the anti-abortion movement is to control every part of our bodies, lives, and futures. We cannot let them.  

What does this ruling mean for our patients?
Right now, nothing has changed.

Is medication abortion still available at AWC clinics?
Yes! We will use the two medications, mifepristone and misoprostol, for our medication abortion patients.

 Should patients keep their appointments?

Request an appointment here or call 800-298-8874 to schedule an appointment.