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En México, voluntarios ayudan con abortos en casa, sin médico. Este modelo ha llegado a Texas.

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Verónica G. Cárdenas for The Texas Tribune

Sandra Cardona Alanís, co-fundadora de Necesito Abortar México, participa en una entrevista con medios internacionales en la oficina de su casa en Monterrey, México, el 27 de junio de 2022. La organización ayuda a personas a acceder a abortos seguros en sus propias casas y ha sido foco de atención internacional desde que se revocó Roe v. Wade en Estados Unidos.

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