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Kansas cautious about doing telemedicine abortions

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Planned Parenthood Great Plains said Wednesday it is evaluating its options following the order last week. A spokesperson for Wichita clinic operator Trust Women said it hopes to resume telemedicine abortions but will move slowly. Kansas has required doctors to be physically present when a patient takes the first dose of what often is two doses of pregnancy-ending medication.
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Kansas providers cautious about doing telemedicine abortions

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas providers might not be ready for months to do telemedicine abortions even though a state-court judge has blocked the state from enforcing its ban on

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Kansas judge blocks law banning telemedicine prescriptions for medication abortions

Medication abortion is easier and safer than alternatives, yet Kansas doctors were barred from using telemedicine to prescribe or administer.

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Kansas cautious about doing telemedicine abortions

Planned Parenthood Great Plains said Wednesday it is evaluating its options following the order last week from Shawnee County District Judge Teresa Watson.

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Kansas providers cautious about telemedicine abortions - The Iola Register

Planned Parenthood Great Plains said Wednesday it is evaluating its options following the order last week from Shawnee County District Judge Teresa Watson. TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas providers might not be ready for months to do telemedicine abortions even though a state-court judge has blocked the state from enforcing its ban on teleconferencing with patients seeking pregnancy-ending medications. Planned Parenthood Great Plains said Wednesday i…

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Kansas providers cautious about doing telemedicine abortions

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Kansas judge blocks a ban on prescribing prescriptions for abortion drugs remotely

State law established that abortion pills could not be prescribed remotely, but a judge blocked it and this will allow women to access medications, especially when it is an emergency.

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