Planned Parenthood Substitutes Still Don’t Exist For Some In Texas Women’s Health Programs

“I think we’ve proven that it is easier to dismantle and tear down a system than it is to build it back.”

By Ashley LopezMarch 20, 2018 9:36 am| ,

From KUT:

The women’s health care program in Texas still has a long way to go.

According to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Healthy Texas Women, the state’s family-planning program and the breast exam and cervical cancer screening program served about 250,000 women last year. In 2010, the year before Planned Parenthood was removed from the programs, the state served more than 350,000 women.

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