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The Ripple Effect Of Cuts To U.S. Funds For Overseas Abortion Services

A patient is tested for malaria at a clinic in Kenya. U.S. funding for anti-malaria efforts, HIV prevention and other programs abroad could be affected by the newly expanded "Mexico City" policy.

Foreign aid restrictions first introduced by Ronald Reagan in 1984 have been expanded by the Trump administration. They could hinder HIV prevention and the fight against infectious disease.

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