A newly published research report details the potential for psychological and physical effects to women who undergo elective drug-induced abortions. The research investigators who authored the report detail the severe negative behavioral and physiological effects observed, specifically in rats that underwent a drug induced termination. This is the first research of its kind, investigating the biological and behavioral effects of drug-induced abortion in an animal model.
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New research shows potential for mental and physical harm to women who undergo drug induced elective abortions
6/7/2019 11:40:56 AMPeer-reviewed research article published in Frontiers In Neuroscience reports severe negative behavioral and physiological effects…
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