There are a lot of other reasons as well that it may be a good time to invest in medical services south of the border, despite the considerable problems post-NAFTA with border violence.
Not everybody remembers, but abortions were a hopping business along the border fifty or so years ago. And back then, medical services were considerably better within the United States than they are today. People walked in to a doctor’s office, had an appointment that usually lasted for longer than the current three minutes, and counted bills out of their wallets to pay in full on the way out.
Currently, a medical business in Tijuana, Mexicali, Juarez, or the like could offer reasonably priced medication and treatment as well as abortion services to women. Mexico City, being the easiest to fly to, might be most accessible for many.
Services should be available locally, of course. But Americans don’t have much handle on the electoral system these days. It’s likely that abuses will increase.