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The NWHN’s Statement in Response to the Supreme Court’s Dismissal of California v. Texas

By NWHN Staff | Jun 17, 2021 | Comments Off on The NWHN’s Statement in Response to the Supreme Court’s Dismissal of California v. Texas

The NWHN applauds the court’s decision, but encourages the public to stay vigilant.

The NWHN’s statement on the FDA’s Announcement of the Review of Harmful Restriction on Medication Abortion

By NWHN Staff | May 8, 2021 | Comments Off on The NWHN’s statement on the FDA’s Announcement of the Review of Harmful Restriction on Medication Abortion

The following statement can be attributed to Cynthia A. Pearson, Executive Director of the National Women’s Health Network. Contact: Evita Almassi, ealmassi@nwhn.org or 425-749-1886 The FDA announced that it is reviewing its restrictions on mifepristone, a medication used for miscarriage…

Safe, Online, Delivered: How to Get the Abortion Pill By Mail

By NWHN Staff | Mar 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Safe, Online, Delivered: How to Get the Abortion Pill By Mail

Safe and effective FDA-approved abortion pills (aka medication abortion) are now available by mail in several states — without an in-person clinic visit.

Permanently Lift Restrictions on the Abortion Pill!

By NWHN Staff | Mar 31, 2020 | Comments Off on Permanently Lift Restrictions on the Abortion Pill!

We’re calling on the FDA to let pregnant people receive the abortion pill through the mail so that they can get the pill where they take the pill — at home!

Pass on the Pink Pill – Or Pass Out!

By NWHN Staff | Nov 15, 2015 | Comments Off on Pass on the Pink Pill – Or Pass Out!

The NWHN is warning all women about the health risks of the new “pink pill” – known as flibanserin and branded as Addyi – alleged to boost female libido.

Policy Issues: Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs)

By NWHN Staff | Aug 14, 2015 | Comments Off on Policy Issues: Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs)

Aggressive promotion of LARCs—or of any method—infringes on reproductive autonomy, and can’t be separated from the broader context of reproductive coercion.