"These families work extremely hard, and on top of that, are dealing with the pressure of providing for a loved one who is ill. Laziness is not a factor in these family's lives—they are just trying to survive.”
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Unbound by respectability and maternity, the character is flipping pop culture female revenge narratives.
As scientists around the world look to increase the number of trials and success rates of the procedure, governments and health systems should also improve the affordability of uterus transplant. Until then, we still have a long way to go to achieving full reproductive rights.
“I needed my job but I also needed to be a mom. Without a paycheck, I couldn’t do either."
Should legislators not take measures to curb the number of people sent to prison, Gov. Mary Fallin (R) said, Oklahoma will see a 25 percent increase in its prison population over the next ten years.