Circumstances such as economic instability, mental health, and substance use make obtaining abortion more difficult

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Roberts SCM, Berglas NF, Kimport K Complex situations: Economic insecurity, mental health, and substance use among pregnant women who consider – but do not have – abortions. January 2020. PLOS One, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0226004.
Rocca CH, Samari G, Foster DG, Gould H, Kimport K Emotions and decision rightness over five years following an abortion: An examination of decision difficulty and abortion stigma. January 2020. Social Science & Medicine, [ePub ahead of print].
Fuentes L, Baum SE, Keefe-Oates B, White K, Hopkins K, Potter JE, Grossman D Texas women’s decisions and experiences regarding self-managed abortion. January 2020. BMC Women's Health, 20:6.

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Research category photos: Abortion section photo © Can Stock Photo Inc. / Mark Adams, Rocketclips. Contraception photo © Cindy Chew for ANSIRH. Culture image part of an infographic designed for ANSIRH by Jessica Harrington, with art direction by Kate Giambrone and Julianna Johnson. International photo courtesy Stew and Vee Carrington via Creative Commons license. Policy photo courtesy of Heather Ault (modified and cropped). Turnaway photo © Jana Carrey for ANSIRH.

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