‘Beauty Academy’ in Phoenix, Arizona, is offering ‘medically-safe’ abortions and a ‘disease free’ birth control plan

I got the chance to speak with the owner of Venus Beauty Academy, who I was lucky enough to get a chance to talk with about her medical services and the “beauty of the land” as she likes to call it.

I was also able to ask her about her vision for the future of the school and what she hopes to accomplish for its students and staff.

The Venus Beauty Institute, which has opened its doors to the public for the first time in 2016, has a strong and positive vision for its future.

According to the website, it will “provide high quality healthcare for all patients, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, creed, gender identity, disability, age, religion, marital status, or national origin.”

I was able to get an up-close look at Venus Beauty, as the only facility in Phoenix with a full-time medical staff.

It is located in the Phoenix Convention Center and is open to the general public on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays.

Venus Beauty also provides a wide variety of medical services, including abortions, contraception, birth control, and emergency contraception.

The facility has a waiting list of over 300 patients, but they have already processed over 100.

I met Dr. Dina Kroll, who is the director of medical operations and the primary doctor of the clinic, at the opening of Venus’ doors.

She explained that they want to offer women’s health services and reproductive healthcare, and that Venus is the only medical facility in the area to offer these services.

“Our goal is to provide an abortion, or any type of contraception,” Dr. Kroll told me.

“In addition to abortion, we can also offer birth control to women with STDs, cancers, and other reproductive health problems.

And we have also had patients who have had children, so we can offer a variety of birth control options.

We also offer emergency contraception that can be used during pregnancy.”

Dr. Krol also explained that Venus provides a variety to different medical procedures, including cancer screenings and an ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis of any condition.

She also explained the type of medication and treatment that Venus will offer.

“There is no pill, but we offer a number of different types of medication that can have a significant impact on a patient’s health,” she explained.

“We offer contraception to patients, and they can use birth control as well.”

One of the benefits of Venus, and most other clinics, is that they do not have a wait list of patients.

“Most of our patients come from other health care systems, and we do not hold any patients who are pregnant, so they do have a chance for an abortion or contraception,” explained Dr. Phyllis Kroll.

“It’s an amazing experience for us to see a patient come in with a medical condition and be able to have that care from a physician that has an understanding of their condition.”

The clinic offers other types of health care as well.

“One of our main purposes is to educate our patients about their health issues and to help them get information on how to make the best decisions for their health,” explained Phyllise Kroll about Venus’ medical services.

Venus also offers a number that includes emergency contraception, emergency contraception with patch, and more.

I spoke with Dr. Vanna Kroll to learn more about her mission, and to learn how Venus is changing the way women are seen in the health care system.

Venus Beauty is an all-volunteer organization.

They do not receive any government funding, but instead they are able to focus on providing high-quality healthcare to women and their families.

Dr. Sarah Kroll and her husband are both graduates of the University of Arizona Medical School, and she hopes that her new position will allow her to do that more.

“I am looking forward to being a part of the community, of the health system, and of the future, and I’m looking forward being a mother and a grandmother,” she said.

“The vision is that this is going to be an extension of the Phoenix community.”

For the past four years, Venus has been offering an abortion service.

They have a waitinglist of over 100 patients, so there are a number who have already received services.

Dr Kroll explained that the wait time for an appointment is two to three weeks.

“A lot of our wait times are in the range of six months,” explained the doctor.

“If you don’t come in and come in before two weeks, you’ll have to go through a lengthy evaluation and treatment.

We do have women that come in that are pregnant.

They are treated and released from the clinic.

It’s just a very long process.”

Venus does offer emergency contraceptive, emergency contraceptive with patch and emergency contraceptive patch, but these are not the