You could definitely do a piece on the hardships women have to go through if their foetus is diagnosed with serious life threatening complications. This usually occurs at the 20 week scan (the first scan offered under our public health system) If bad news is found at this point doctors cannot offer a termination. Women have to find out their own options regarding whether termination is an 'option' for their particular circumstance. They have to get on RyanAir and find and go to a British clinic. There are issues with aftercare for the mother, and funeral arrangements for the foetus. Can you imagine the emotional, physical, financial & social implications of this?
I am friendly with a woman who underwent this, I don't really know the details so I can't help with that. I am sure there are websites out there if you google.
This is a bit cheeky, isn't it? No problem with people who want to discuss stuff they're studying or ask for help with a specific bit of a task, but you're basically asking people to do your research for you.