PITTSBURGH — On a cold morning before dawn, one of the nation’s
oldest abortion clinics is getting ready for its newest patients.
Nurses lay out sterilized equipment. An assistant pulls warm blankets
from the dryer. A counselor gives directions to a woman who is lost. By
sunrise, patients begin arriving. One gets off a city bus with her
brother. A 36-year-old mother comes with a friend.
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