Government has a policy aimed at ensuring proper treatment for women suffering from post-abortion complications. But has it worked?
Of the many potential side consequences of unsafe abortion, mental, emotional and psychological trauma are the most difficult to recover from.
If critics are to be believed, the reproductive health bill promotes abortion. But does it really?
Even sick or wounded criminals deserve compassionate care from those who swore to first do no harm
Over 200 faculty members of the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) and the University of the Philippines (UP) expressed their support for the RH bill
Successful family planning led by women is among keys to increasing the poor’s share in economic growth
By Lilita Balane and Maki Somosot abs-cbnNews.com/Newsbreak MANILA, Philippines—Results of the national and local elections, where most advocates of the reproductive health (RH) bill won, indicate “maturity” on the part of Filipino voters, health advocates said Wednesday.
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