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The Skinny on Emergency Contraception
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Video: Abortion Around the World
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The Frightening Facts of Abortion Provision
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Finding Passion at an MSFC General Interest Meeting

I came into medical school not knowing exactly what I was interested in, but having a vague sense that I was interested in underserved populations and healthcare inequalities. Early in the Fall of my first year I went to a MSFC General Interest meeting and found myself taken in by the passion with which the …

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The First at My Medical School

As a medical student, I was actively looking for opportunities to educate myself further in women’s health. I reached out to MSFC because their mission resonated with what I believed in terms of the care I wanted to provide for families out there. They recognized the need to educate students from early training years so …

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Beyond the Stethoscope: Being Reminded of the Broad World of Healthcare

Medical school is a time when many enthusiastic and intellectually curious students are forced to stifle their interests and passions in anything not directly related to anatomy and pathophysiology for the sake of becoming competent and knowledgeable physicians. The rigors and demands of the medical school curriculum and the seemingly endless volumes of information that …

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How Medical Students for Choice is Changing Medical Education…for me anyway

At my school we got about seven weeks of straight up study time to prepare for boards, which just meant cutting out the fat of our daily lives (you know, no more licking your fur or calmly warming your reptilian brain in the sun). Instead we get to work on that awful hyper-kyphotic posture we’d …

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MSFC From Rwanda

The MSFC Rwanda chapter has provided a good opportunity for the promotion of reproductive health topics, including abortion care.  Despite the legal restrictions around matters of abortion, MSFC is the only opportunity for Rwandan medical students to discuss abortion issues, and it is a good occasion for all members to realize the burden weighing on …

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In Memorium: Henry Morgentaler

Henry Morgentaler died at the age of 90 on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.  He was a hero to Medical Students for Choice and to many of our students. His dedication to giving his patients’ excellent reproductive healthcare and his leadership in establishing abortion rights in the eyes of the law shaped reproductive healthcare in Canada.

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