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Let’s face it – the internet is not your friend when you’re deciding about an abortion.  At MYA Network, we believe it’s best to learn about medical care from supportive clinicians rather than politicians or judgmental strangers.   Here you can learn about abortion care, birth control, and miscarriage treatment directly from medical professionals.  Scroll through our blog posts or submit your questions directly to a clinician through our simple form.

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Supreme Court Revives Abortion-Pill Restriction

Your right to have an abortion was established in 1973 when the Supreme Court declared abortion legal across the US in its landmark decision, Roe vs. Wade. In 2000, the FDA approved mifepristone, a medication used to end early pregnancies, but it restricted it, making doctors provide it in a medical setting rather than allow people to get it in pharmacies.  Under COVID, to keep people safe from unnecessary exposure to infection, some doctors started to mail the pills directly to patients.  They interpreted the FDA requirements to mean only that they had to package the medications in their office, not that they had to also hand them to the patient there.  Some activists who felt that the FDA rules prohibited mailing pills and wanted clarification brought a case to the courts.  In July 2020, Judge Theodore D. Chuang ruled that under the pandemic emergency, the FDA could not require that patients pick up the pills in a doctor’s office, clearing the way to mail them.  However, the Trump Administration appealed the case to the Supreme Court which recently reversed that decision, stating that the courts do not have the authority to tell the FDA what to do. 

There is a lot of debate as to whether or not the FDA rules prohibit mailing these pills directly to patients, and some providers have continued to ship while others have not.  Each and every member of the MYA Network operates independently and decides within their own practices what they are able to do, but we all share the common values that we are committed providing safe and accessible abortions to all who ask for them, and that we will fight for your right to obtain one.

Utah Will Require Fathers to Help With Pregnancy Bills

Changing Pregnancy Bills   A new bill in Utah, recently passed and effective May 5th, 2021, will require biological fathers to pay half the maternity expenses, including all pregnancy and birth medical bills. This bill makes Utah the first state in the country to...

Abrahamic Religions and the Right to Choose

Religion & Choice By Ritha K. Mera My name is Ritha K. Mera, I am a first-generation immigrant. I am a medical student with the intention of becoming a family doctor who provides abortion care. Navigating and experiencing life in my community has shaped and fueled...

How Telemedicine is Revolutionizing Abortion Care

Abortion Care Revolutionized By Erika Bliss At MYA Network, we are at the forefront of changing how abortion care is provided.  We are joining other organizations to make access to abortion pills through telemedicine widely available.   Abortion with pills is rapidly...

US Supreme Court Ruling

MYA Network is still here for you! You may have heard in the news that on January 12, 2021 the U.S. Supreme Court made it more difficult for people to get the abortion pill by mail. Read this New York Times article for more information. The clinicians at MYA Network...