Charlotte Huff - Kaiser Health News
The safety nets meant to help often fall short, say cancer physicians and health policy experts who study access to care. Some patients find it easier to play the odds.
As abortion restrictions take effect across the South, cancer doctors are grappling with how to discuss options with pregnant patients who may be forced to choose whether to proceed or forgo lifesaving cancer treatments that can prove toxic for the fetus.
Some of the drugs restricted after seven weeks in Texas are also used to treat a patient after an early pregnancy loss.