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Washingtonian Oct. 2, 2019

What It’s Like to Be a Woman in Washington: 62 Women Explain


Photograph by Lauren Bulbin

"What I love about abortion care is that every patient’s most pressing problem is almost always solved that day. Here’s something where I could do something that was technically really easy for me, and I could impact people substantially. I introduce myself to my patients, but 95 percent of them don’t remember my name. They say thank you. They look relieved. They may be anxious, they may cry. Watching the relief of my patients is so gratifying, to know that I’m having such a big impact on each one of these women’s lives, that their lives would be forever changed if they were forced to bear children."


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Sara Imershein, MD MPH FACOG Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology focusing on

Family Planning and Women's Health Advocacy in Washington DC

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