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Letter: Crisis pregnancy centers mislead about health care capabilities

I take issue with the article in the Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle titled,  “Pregnancy care center opens in Flossmoor to provide pro-life options” specifically because AID for Women has a reputation of shaming women and telling them inaccurate information about their care. These places, commonly known as "crisis pregnancy centers" (CPCs) are run by anti-abortion activists, and while they purport to be health care facilities, they typically do not adhere to the . . .

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