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PRENZLAU, GERMANY – APRIL 03: A gynecology chair stands in the consultation office of doctor Janusz Rudzinski at the Krankenhaus Prenzlau hospital on April 3, 2018 in Prenzlau, Germany. Dr. Rudzinski says he performs an average of 15 to 20 abortions per week, mostly on women from Poland who come over the border to Germany due to the very restrictive abortion law in Poland. The abortion debate on both sides of the border has heated up in recent weeks. In Poland the government is seeking to pass a new law that would further tighten the country’s already very restrictive abortion policy. In Germany politicians and rights groups are sparring over a law called Paragraph 219a, which makes advertising for abortion services in Germany in any way illegal. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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