The head of prominent anti-abortion group Texas Right to Life says state abortion bans could delaying doctors from treating pregnant women experiencing medical complications during a miscarriage in some cases, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
The Times article covers the stories of women who experienced complications from failed pregnancies in states like Texas with strict anti-abortion measures and the difficulties they face in receiving timely care. A central theme is the feeling that some caregivers are reluctant to provide potentially life-saving treatment due to local laws that may legally deem their actions to be illegal abortions, even if the fetus is not viable and denial of care may be dangerous. for the pregnant woman. individual.