This year's March for Life claims that “being pro-life is not in opposition to science," though many of its positions fly in the face of evidence.
An HHS spokesperson confirmed that the agency would be holding listening sessions on fetal tissue research “with various stakeholders e.g. scientists, pro-life groups, ethicists.”
One such program is a school-based model in Portland, Oregon, called 3 to PhD.
Certain behaviors and attitudes promote resilience in the face of discrimination for people of color, according to the research that is currently available.
The Trump administration is curtailing the use of fetal tissue in medical research, once again putting public health in jeopardy.
The most valuable thing Robin Marty's Handbook for a Post-Roe America offers may be the simple reassurance that you can do something.