To receive any abortion in the state of Kansas, patients must bring an accurately completed 24-hour consent form to their appointment.
Medication Abortion: What You need to Know
On April 21, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay on lower court rulings that attempted to block the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of Mifepristone, meaning access to the medication will remain in place throughout the country including PPGP’s Kansas health centers.
What this Means:
First, know that medication abortion is still safe and legally available at PPGP health centers in Kansas.
The Supreme Court preserved Mifepristone’s FDA approval as the case proceeds through the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court. Any further decisions or developments that could impact Mifepristone are not expected for some time.
Mifepristone was approved by the FDA more than 20 years ago and has been used to provide the highest standard of care for managing an abortion earlier in pregnancy.
CHPPGP is here to make sure everyone has the ability, and an equitable opportunity, to make decisions about their own reproductive lives and futures—including choosing the method of abortion that works best for their circumstances.
Remember: To receive any abortion in the state of Kansas, patients must bring an accurately completed 24-hour consent form to their appointment.
The 24-hour consent form must be printed and signed 24 hours before any abortion procedure in the state of Kansas. If you do not have your consent form signed at least 24 hours in advance and brought to your appointment, in accordance with Kansas state law, you will be rescheduled.
Patients Under 18 Years of Age:
If you are under 18, you must review the Information for Minors for additional requirements set forth by Kansas law.
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