Fighting To Make New York a Safe Place for Abortion
By Rachel Weinstock, MS2 at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Under a siege of anti-choice rhetoric at the national level, New York has felt like a ‘safe place.’ Abortion was legalized here in 1970 before Roe V. Wade, a provider assured me during my medical school interview. Hearing this, and knowing of New York’s historically …
MSFC believes that training a diverse and culturally humble physician workforce is essential to providing the highest quality reproductive healthcare to diverse populations and integral to eliminating the disparities in health and healthcare.
Sexual Health Statement
MSFC recognizes that sexual health as defined by the WHO is a basic human right. Upholding this right is implicit in our approach to promoting comprehensive reproductive healthcare. We believe that all people should have access to health services that allow them to lead safe, healthy, sexual lives consistent with their own personal and cultural values.
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