Missouri agency tracked Planned Parenthood patients’ periods

Missouri agency tracked Planned Parenthood patients’ periods

Missouri’s health department director said Tuesday that he tracked the menstrual cycles of Planned Parenthood patients as part of an effort to identify ’failed abortions’ at a St. Louis clinic. Randall Williams made the revelation during an administrative hearing to determine whether Missouri’s only abortion clinic will lose its license to perform the procedure.

Clara
Clara
Robert
Robert 5 months

... Inorder to track failed abortions. Context.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 5 months

Using the same argument, most hospitals and clinics would be closed in Missouri as well.

Sarah
Sarah 5 months

This is why it's so frustrating that some men are so clueless as to how womans' bodies work and still think they know what's best for us. We don't want you between us and our doctor you creeps and fyi your periods can't determine if you had a successful or unsuccessful abortion that's just dumb. I do understand that men aren't the only ones doing this I'm just saying at least women understand what the hell is going on and aren't completely ignorant of simple facts.

MightyMargulis
MightyMargulis 5 months

"only abortion clinic "is misleading since every hospital does abortions in Missouri, and they are not also pushing a political belief system.

Carol
Carol 5 months

Isn't that "invasion" of privacy?!!

Top in U.S.
Get the App