BMJ Editor, Colleagues Discuss Potential Implications Of Further Restrictions To Norway’s Abortion Law

BMJ Opinion: Instrumentalizing women’s reproductive vulnerability for political gain: where in the world does it stop?
Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, editor in chief of BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health, and colleagues discuss Norway’s abortion law and the debate surrounding potentially restricting abortion in the second trimester. The authors write, “The threat … is that any pregnant woman might find herself trapped with a second trimester anomaly diagnosis and no choice but to carry the pregnancy to term unless the anomaly were fatal” (11/30).

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