Indian Drug Supplier, European NGO Help Women Access Abortion Pills In Countries Where Procedure Outlawed

The Guardian: From Nagpur to Northern Ireland: pill pipeline helping women get round abortion laws
“…It’s all a long way, geographically and culturally, from [Nagpur, in the Indian state of Maharashtra, to] the streets of Belfast nearly 5,000 away. But the two cities are joined by a hidden thread, a pharma pipeline that is helping many hundreds of women in Northern Ireland to get around its stringent anti-abortion law…” (Jowit/Pallavi, 1/6).

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