This is a historical moment for women’s health and for our community of women. Most of you have never known a time before 1973 when the landmark Roe v. Wade decision was made by the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a woman’s right to privacy and liberty regarding her health and that of her pregnancy.
As women face absolute and ever-increasing barriers regarding certain aspects of their reproductive health, HealthyWomen remains committed to educating women to help them navigate their care and treatment options and make informed health decisions.
We will do as we have always done: We will provide timely medically vetted information and resources, share new content around access and safety, and continue to amplify your voice through real women’s stories. We will be here through the continuum of care for every healthcare issue at hand.
And most important, we will continue to meet women where they are and stand in solidarity every step of the way.