How Irish Women Are Getting Around Abortion Laws

Alexandra Sifferlin,

Oct. 18, 2016
A new study provides insight into women's use of the abortion pill

The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have some of the most restrictive laws surrounding abortion in the world. The procedure is illegal in both countries; the exception is only to save a pregnant woman’s life. In the midst of a debate in Ireland over whether abortion prohibitions should be reconsidered, a new study released on Monday provides insight into how women on both sides of the border are obtaining abortions—despite the restrictions.

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