Dr. Sylvia Guendelman, Founder and Advisory Committee Chair of the Wallace Center for MCAH, shared her perspective on the implications of the recent SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in an article for the Berkeley News. The article asked top scholars are Berkeley from many different departments to share their opinions, with Dr. Guendelman explaining that turning to innovative technologies, like telehealth, and partnering with start-ups will be crucial to sustain abortion access.
See the full article here.
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