Daniela Draghici knows firsthand what an abortion ban looks like.
In 1976, when she was a college student in the Romanian capital of Bucharest, she got pregnant after her contraception failed. Abortion was prohibited in Romania.
With the help of a friend, Draghici was taken to a woman with no medical training to end her pregnancy.
"Somebody took me during the night to some kind of house outside the city where there was this old woman," Draghici remembers. "She was boiling these metal instruments in a lot of alcohol on an ancient stove."