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One group estimates that Oregon could see a 234 percent rise in the number of out-of-state abortion seekers. These groups are gearing up to help.
Roe v. Wade is enshrined in law in the Beaver State. That doesn't necessarily mean there's no cause for concern.
Rose Haven’s newly expanded shelter, which measures 9,700 square feet, is a light and airy space that draws on trauma-informed design principles.
The Lilith Clinic's Dr. Charlie Browne on getting ready to help women from the Midwest and the South, and why second-trimester care is so important.
Dr Jennifer Lincoln takes some real talk about reproductive health to social media.
The event, set for October 2, is one of dozens across the nation planned after Texas's recent ban on abortion after six weeks.
In the wake of the news from Texas, we talked to Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Executive Director An Do to find out whether Oregonians should be concerned, and what they can do to help.
News & Events
The national event aims to shine a light on individuals impacted by the criminal legal system.
From a woman who lost five years of memories to historic wildfires to, oh yeah, the coronavirus, a lot has happened this year in medical news.
A Kaiser Permanente member shares wisdom from her recent cancer journey.
How We're Coping
Regina Tricamo is just as scared as her clients right now. So how does she manage to bring them comfort?
Parents-to-be have many questions about giving birth at this time. Here are some answers.
“As if infertility wasn’t isolating enough, now we’re all in quarantine.”
The Vagina Dialogues
The Portland-based Gabbi wants women to speak up about their privates.
With an on-site concierge, fitness classes, and a drop-in day care center, Vida is especially focused on supporting working mothers.
Last week, Alabama signed into law the most restrictive abortion measures in the nation.
Portland Monthly Staff
In Our Bodies, Our Doctors, Portlander Jan Haaken sets out to demystify a little-seen corner of medical care.
Abby Rice and Chloe Knott helped persuade Portland Public Schools to spend $25,000 on menstrual products for 7,000 students.
Pretty in Ink
After a long career, medical tattoo artist Mary Jane Haake will retire at the end of 2018.