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Rule Change Aims to Increase Access to IUDs

Texas health officials recently changed doctor reimbursement rates to make it easier for low-income women to obtain intrauterine devices. Advocates say the payoff for the state, which has one of the highest teen birth rates in the U.S., could be big.

by Dianna Douglas, KERA News
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Texas health officials recently changed doctor reimbursement rates to make it easier for low-income women to obtain intrauterine devices. Advocates say the payoff for the state, which has one of the highest teen birth rates in the U.S., could be big. Read the full story at KERA News.

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