RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since scriptwriter and audiovisual director Juliana Reis, 57, founded the 'Milhas Pela Vida das Mulheres' group in September 2019, some 1,700 women have died from complications resulting from illegal abortion in Brazil, according to estimates based on Ministry of Health data.
On the group's website, a score is constantly updated with figures on abortion in Brazil, including mortality.
Founded to help women travel abroad and legally interrupt an unwanted pregnancy, the group has already helped 1,700 other women who wanted to . . .