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Pro-choice blindspot

THE Abortion Information Act (1995) is conveniently obscure as doctors are not obliged to provide information on abortion services abroad.

That said, pro-choicers should not blindly hail abortion as a human right.

How can it be when only women have to go through it?

Pro-choicers would be better off campaigning for proper work, pay and housing for women.

There is more to a woman than her biology.

Dr Florence Craven

Trinity College

Dublin


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