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A Moment in Time: 100 Days

April 28, 2017

As President Trump’s first 100 days in office approaches, Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) is taking stock of the new threats we’re facing and how we can use our strengths to counter those threats in the years to come. One of our greatest strengths is our ability to change to meet new environmental challenges while …

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Fighting Abortion Restrictions in a Hostile State: My Experience Testifying at the Texas Legislature

March 17, 2017

by Katie Hansen MS1 at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin The 2017 legislative session in Texas has been a disheartening one for women and the pro-choice movement. State lawmakers have already proposed 17 bills that would make it more difficult for women to access abortion. On February 15th, I testified at …

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The Global Gag Rule: Impact on Physicians-in-Training in Africa

March 8, 2017

On January 23rd, shortly after taking office, President Trump reinstated and strengthened the “Global Gag Rule” which prohibits US funding to any organization outside the US that counsels women about abortion, refers women for abortions, or works in any way to promote access to abortion. MSFC reached out to its chapters in Africa to assess …

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Happy New Year?

January 10, 2017

…only the passing of time will answer that question.  If you have become both obsessed and disgusted with political news, I share your pain.  I desperately want to turn everything off, but I can’t help myself. There is a lot…a LOT…of work coming our way in the next few years.  One of the reasons I …

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