Supreme Court of the United States, 2021:
Project SANA is a signatory and contributor on Amici Curiae submitted re. Dobbs v. JWHO. July 2021.
FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), 2021:
Project SANA research was cited by the FDA in their decision to suspend the REMS in-person dispensing requirement on mifepristone for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. This decision allows medication abortion to be provided using no-test telemedicine with no clinic visit required and medications mailed to patients for home use.
Supreme Court of the United States, 2019:
Project SANA is a signatory and contributor on Amici Curiae submitted re. June Medical Services vs. Gee, December 2019.
Oireachtas Committee, 2018:
In May 2018, The Republic of Ireland held a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution. The Eighth Amendment guarantees fetuses the same right to life as pregnant people, essentially outlawing abortion in the country. In October 2017, Project SANA was invited to address the Irish Parliamentary Committee (the Oireachtas Committee) charged with deciding the scope of the referendum and designing the legislation that would replace the Eighth Amendment. The Committee recommended allowing abortion upon request up to 12 weeks gestation, and cited the evidence provided by Project SANA as a pivotal part in the decision.