Last summer, the Supreme Court paved the way for states to enact abortion bans by overturning Roe v Wade. The decision sent medical students training to become OB-GYNs to seek residencies in states where abortion is still legal in order to qualify for national certification. Dan Lieberman visits with the head of the OB-GYN Residency Program at Rush University Medical School in Chicago to see how schools like theirs are working to accommodate the influx of students desperate to enroll.

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