As the nation's health care landscape prepares to undergo changes, the AAFP and four other medical groups are asking the president and Congress to stand with physicians to ensure that women's health care is protected.

The five organizations -- the AAFP, American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and American Osteopathic Association -- signed a Jan. 25 letter(1 page PDF) calling on President Donald Trump and members of Congress to ensure that any changes maintain the safeguards for women's health that are already in place. They cautioned that any new legislation should not weaken women's health rights regarding preventive, prenatal and neonatal care.

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