The Los Angeles Times | April 10, 2017
Since January, several European countries have indicated they will step up support for global family planning efforts in the wake of the U.S. retreat. But that is doing little to assuage concerns that Trump’s family planning moves are harbingers of other cuts to come.
“It is very troubling, especially when you think of the pivotal role the U.S. has played over the years in global health,” said Lawrence Gostin, a global health expert at Georgetown University. “The world is lost without U.S. leadership.”