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REPORT: Pregnant people in Ontario with a disability have a harder time getting proper care and receive more disrespectful attitudes from health care professionals

Summary by NorfolkToday.ca
The author of a new report says people in Ontario with disabilities have often been overlooked in reproductive health care partly because of false assumptions they won’t have children. Hilary Brown, an adjunct scientist with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, says 10 years of data shows women with disabilities were more likely to visit the emergency department than women who didn’t have a disability. Brown says that tells researcher…

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