• October 22, 2021

Tags : Planned Parenthood

Low-income Texans struggle to find new doctors as state officials

Planned Parenthood employees are scrambling to help find new doctors for thousands of low-income patients after Texas officials and a court order booted the women’s health provider from Medicaid, the federal-state health insurance program for the poor and disabled. Experts say there’s a scarcity of places low-income patients can receive non-abortion services like cancer screenings, […]Read More

As providers see jump in STIs, El Pasoans encouraged to

In recent months, ealthcare providers at Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas’ El Paso Health Center have seen an on-going increase in patients testing positive for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). That jump in infections underscores the need to practice safer sex, get tested and get any treatments a patient may need. Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas encourages El Pasoans […]Read More

Planned Parenthood Direct app provides access to birth control, UTI

Far West Texas residents can now get prescriptions for birth control pills and be diagnosed and receive treatment for urinary tract infections simply and quickly on their mobile device. Patients can make a request anytime and anywhere using the Planned Parenthood Direct app, with no appointment required, to get the same quality birth control and […]Read More

Analysis: Planned Parenthood Critics Trapped Themselves

On Monday, a Harris County grand jury indicted some of the activists who went after Planned Parenthood’s Houston branch, flipping what had been an attack on that organization into a criminal case against its antagonists. The ambushers got ambushed. Bet you didn’t expect that. The people who brought this whole thing to your attention certainly didn’t. […]Read More

Grand Jury indicts abortion foes behind undercover videos

A Harris County grand jury on Monday indicted the videographers behind undercover recordings of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Houston and cleared the women’s health provider of any wrongdoing. The indictments — part of the county prosecutor’s investigation into allegations that Planned Parenthood was illegally selling fetal tissue — include charges against anti-abortion activists David Daleiden […]Read More

Planned Parenthood sues group over secret recordings

PHOENIX – Planned Parenthood has sued an anti-abortion group, charging that it acted illegally by secretly recording videos that the group has used to allege that the women’s health organization was selling fetal tissue from abortions. The suit, filed in federal court on Thursday against the Center for Medical Progress and several individuals associated with […]Read More

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