New Federal Regulations Will Seriously Undermine Family Planning Services

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University of Georgia

For nearly 50 years, Title X, the national family planning program, has provided millions of low-income and uninsured people access to high-quality health care in line with national medical and ethical practice standards.

This important program has helped health providers, like public health departments and community clinics, offer a wide range of preventive health services, including contraception, breast and cervical cancer screenings, sexually transmitted disease testing and pre-conception health care, to 4 million clients each year.

Read more in Sarah Blake and Andrea Swartzendruber "New Federal Regulations Will Seriously Undermine Family Planning Services," Georgia Health News, April 8, 2019.