Research

All information on the Women on Web website is based on scientific research and the official recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Research about the outcomes of the Women on Web help service has been published in reputable scientific magazines and clearly shows that the telemedicine service is a reliable, safe, and acceptable method for women worldwide.  The results from our service are comparable to other safe abortion services provided in countries with safe abortion services.

 

 

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Abortion services for women in the US military

U.S service women are often deployed in countries where abortion is illegal and…

Obstacles to abortion access in the Netherlands shown in new research

Some women living in the Netherlands cannot access abortion services in clinics.

Telemedicine for medical abortion: a systematic review

March 14, 2019: The systematic review found that medical abortion through…

Safety and acceptability of medical abortion above 9 weeks pregnancy

A new scientific study analyzing the outcomes of 615 women from Poland who used…

Reasons why women from the USA look for abortion pillls online

Women on Web helped identifying women who wanted to participate in a new…

Isle of Man, research of Women on Web

On January 23, 2018, the BMJ published research about the use of abortion pills…

Experiences of women living in Hungary seeking a medical abortion online

On 22 Nov 2017, The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health…

New study of Women on Web data shows harm caused by restrictive abortion laws in Northern Ireland.

October 19 th, 2018.
Research showed that Northern Ireland's strict abortion…

Data from Women on Web show barriers to access abortion in Great Britain

New research into the data from the online medical abortion service Women on…

Online Abortion Service Women on Web: a vital alternative.

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Texas in Austin

Women on Web Telemedical Abortion Services in Indonesia and Malaysia

The restrictive abortion law in Indonesia and Malaysia doesn’t prevent any…

Positive experiences by Irish women using online abortion service Women on Web

The study analysed demographics of 5,650 women requesting medical abortion…

Requests for Abortion in Latin America Related to Concern about Zika Virus Exposure, NEJM 6-2016

A new study published yesterday in The New England Journal of Medicine by a…

Regional differences in surgical intervention following medical termination of pregnancy provided by telemedicine.

Article:  Regional differences in surgical intervention following medical…

Telemedical abortion in settings where there is no access to safe services

Article:  Using telemedicine for termination of pregnancy with mifepristone and…

Policy Guidelines concerning safe abortion care

International Policy guidelines for safe abortion:  Preventing unsafe…