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Race and Health Care for Women

Disparities in health care for women of color show most profoundly in prenatal care, which can lead to life-long health care problems for their children. Many conservatives have been focused on ending abortion, but have rarely addressed the issue of sub-standard prenatal care options for many women who seriously consider abortions. Aspen Institute brings us news of a health care model that is apparently helping women who have limited resources and support during their pregnancies – CenteringPregnancy. Is this an approach that both left and right can embrace as a solution to both poor health outcomes for many at-risk pregnancies, and abortions chosen when women do not have support networks while pregnant?


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