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In one decade, British vasectomies halved

LONDON, Nov. 13 (UPI) -- The number of men in Britain getting vasectomies dropped in half in a decade, and it may be why women in their 30s and 40s have more abortions.

Britain sets record for late abortions

LONDON, March 9 (UPI) -- Britain set a record for the highest number of late abortions in a year by women who were a minimum of 20 weeks into their pregnancies, a report said.

Middle-age pregnancies on the rise

LONDON, Feb. 29 (UPI) -- A British report said record numbers of middle-age women are getting pregnant as fertility treatments make it easier for them to conceive.

More British doctors refusing abortions

LONDON, April 16 (UPI) -- A growing number of doctors in England and Wales are refusing to perform abortions, The Independent reported Monday.

Deer seen as threat to medicinal plant

MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Feb. 11 (UPI) -- An abundant deer population with a hearty appetite for American ginseng may threaten survival of the widely harvested medicinal plant.

London charity linked to illegal abortions

LONDON, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- Britain's largest abortion charity has acknowledged sending women to a clinic in Spain to have illegal, late-term abortions, the Daily Mirror reported Monday.

UK abortion charity denies breaking law

LONDON, Oct. 10 (UPI) -- A British charity insists it is not breaking the law by referring women to other countries for late abortions.
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Ann Furedi (born 31 October 1960, Birmingham, England) is the chief executive of BPAS, the UK's largest independent abortion provider.

Furedi has worked in pro-choice organizations for more than 20 years, mainly in policy and communications. She ran the press office of the UK Family Planning Association before leading Birth Control Trust, a charity that advocated the need for research and development in methods of contraception and abortion. Before joining BPAS, as its chief executive in June 2003, Furedi was Director of Policy and Communications for the UK regulator of infertility treatment and embryo research, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA). She is regarded as a leading pro-choice advocate and spokesperson, often appearing in the media representing this perspective.

Prior to her career in pro-choice organizations, Furedi was a journalist, specialising in healthcare features for women's magazines including Cosmopolitan and Company, sometimes writing under her 'maiden name', Bradley. She is also known as Ann Burton.

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