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Federal law bans the sale of fetal tissues for profit.
During a dilation and evacuation procedure, doctors use surgical instruments to remove fetal tissue.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse says both methadone and buprenorphine treatment during pregnancy stabilize fetal levels of opioids, improving babies' outcomes.
To find out, Health spoke with Richard Davis, MD, interim division director of maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Over the past two decades, one leading children’s hospital performed almost 1,600 fetal surgeries, often on unborn children as young as 16 weeks.
The law permits a woman to look away from the image and cover her ears to avoid hearing the physician's description or the fetal heartbeat.
The Effects of Lead: A study of health records in Flint, Michigan, shows that there were fewer pregnancies and more fetal deaths after April 2014, when citizens were exposed to higher levels of lead in their drinking water.
The House Oversight Committee's 2015 investigation into Planned Parenthood found the organization innocent, and 13 states' investigations have also found no proof that Planned Parenthood was selling fetal tissue.
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