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Study Suggests Way To Create New Eggs In Women

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Midwife Erin Fulham, left, takes care of Shannon Earle and her new baby Kiera. Daughter Riana, the father, Patrick, and his mother, Ann Earle, look on at the family's home in Takoma Park, Md., in 2011. Amanda Steen/NPR hide caption

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Planned Parenthood Still In Cross Hairs

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The Morning-After Pill: How It Works And Who Uses It

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Komen's Race To Reverse Course: Questions And A PR Challenge

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As Komen Defends Itself, Planned Parenthood Rakes In Substitute Funds

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Shannon Earle holds her new baby Kiera Breen Earle, moments after she was born at their home last year. Amanda Steen/NPR hide caption

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Home Births Grow More Popular In U.S.

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Protesters against new regulations limiting abortion rights rally outside the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan., last Sept. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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Many Older Women May Not Need Frequent Bone Scans

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