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Up until when can women have an abortion?

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Dr. Julia Frank
Psychiatry 45 years experience
Timing of abortion: Theoretically at any time, but it is easiest to obtain and to do before 12 weeks gestation. After 24 weeks (the point of fetal viability) it may be regulated or prohibitted.
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