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Post-Roe v. Wade, more patients rely on early prenatal testing as states toughen abortion laws

  • Health care providers report that more patients are making decisions about their pregnancies before state abortion bans take effect, relying on early ultrasounds and genetic screenings.
  • Many states have abortion bans or restrictions that prevent women from obtaining follow-up diagnostic tests in time to have an abortion if desired.
  • Early ultrasounds provide limited information about the condition of a fetus, while genetic screenings can be inaccurate and may produce false positives.
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