Patient Support & Advocacy U.S. Supreme Court strikes down admitting-privilege restrictions A law restricting doctors unduly burdened patients, said the nation’s high court in ruling against a Louisiana law limiting who could perform abortions. Population Care Should abortion rights extend to unaccompanied migrant minors? All women, including unaccompanied migrant minors, have the right to access abortion in a timely, confidential way, the AMA and other physician organizations tell the court. Press Releases Leading medical groups file amicus brief in Dobbs v. Jackson New amicus brief demonstrates medical consensus of opposition to Mississippi abortion restriction legislation. Ethics Mandatory Parental Consent to Abortion Physicians should ascertain the law in their state on parental involvement to ensure that their practices are consistent with their legal obligations. Press Releases AMA opposes proposed rule on Title X family planning program AMA urged HHS Secretary to withdraw the Administration’s NPRM that proposes to revise the regulations governing the federal Title X family planning program. Press Releases AMA lawsuit to protect patient-physician relationship in North Dakota AMA filed a lawsuit today challenging constitutionality of ND laws that compel physicians to provide misleading reproductive health information. Advocacy Update Nov. 1, 2018: Judicial Advocacy Update Learn more about the AMA Litigation Center's support on cases good-faith clinical decisions and abortion rights to unaccompanied migrant minors. Population Care HHS should withdraw proposed family-planning gag rule The proposed regulation affecting Title X providers would interfere with the patient-physician relationship and deprive patients of information on the full range of family-planning options. Ethics Research Using Human Fetal Tissue The use of fetal tissue for research purposes raises a number of ethical considerations. Ethics Pregnant women deserve to get the whole truth on their options Pregnancy clinics’ misleading messages create compelling need to protect patients’ right to accurate medical information, the AMA argues in a brief filed with Supreme Court. Pagination Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Next page Arrow left Created with Sketch.