Weekend Insider: Suspicious Abortion Pills
Reporter Thanh Tan takes us to South Texas where the lack of womens health is forcing pregnant woman to cross the border for in search of alternatives.
In south Texas, some women are relying on medication they can purchase over the counter in unregulated Mexican pharmacies for their birth control. They believe these pills — commonly used as an ulcer drug — will help them abort a pregnancy without ever having to set foot in a clinic.
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