Dec 21, 2016
Inspectors raised "serious concerns" about patient safety at one of England's main abortion providers.
Marie Stopes International temporarily suspended some abortions services in August when the concerns were raised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
In one case, doctors did not ensure a woman with learning difficulties fully understood the procedure, the watchdog found.
MSI said it had made "considerable changes" since the inspections.
The CQC allowed all services to be resumed by the end of October.
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