Who gets to make a final decision when a patient can’t consent, her guardians, or the court?
A recent piece by Sierra published by RH Reality Check argued for the morality of aborting a disabled fetus. This is a response to that argument.
A rare bipartisan effort underway in the Senate—to ratify a United Nations treaty on disability rights—has become the latest target of politicians who would like to undermine a woman’s ability to make personal health care decisions.
Conservatives don’t want to pay for abortions? Well, I don’t want to pay for erections.
Futile Care cases continue to haunt paitents and their families. Will members of the pro choice and pro life communities work together to stop this?
The "what might have been" and what one mother might have chosen.