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Amid national furor over abortion access, a new survey found most women were satisfied with obtaining an abortion pill from a mail-order pharmacy, leading the researchers to argue that a regulatory program restricting such access is unnecessary.

Specifically, 97% of 227 women surveyed had a complete abortion by using only the medication, which is generally known as mifepristone. Notably, 95% reported being very or somewhat satisfied with receiving the pill by mail and most participants received the medication by mail within three days, according to the survey published in Contraception, a medical journal.

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