Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)

About Us

Stanford Medical Students for Choice (SMSFC) was formed in 1994. The goals of our MSFC chapter are to increase awareness of a wide variety of reproductive health issues, to create a forum for medical students to raise concerns and discuss reproductive health issues, and to provide resources and support for future abortion providers. The highly reputable national MSFC organization helps to ensure medical training in abortion and other reproductive health care as well as network and support for medical students and residents.

In the past, MSFC has been featured in a Time Magazine article, "How Med Students Put Abortion Back in the Classroom" (2001) . The group has also been awarded the 2001 Karlin Organizing Award. This national award recognizes an MSFC chapter for outstanding work in organizing and educating campus and community on reproductive health issues.

 

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