Impact of abortion on women, relationships underpublicized

  Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from a release distributed by the by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada. Ottawa, Canada, May 12, 2014 – A new report by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada highlights “typically ignored” research showing that abortion has negative effects on women and their families. Interconnected: How …

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Italian Woman Dies of Heart Attack after Taking Abortion Drugs

  By Randall K. O’Bannon, PhD. NRL Director of Education and Research You probably didn’t see anything about in your newspaper or on any of the news networks, but another woman, this time in Italy, has died after taking RU­ 486, a two-drug regimen–mifepristone which kills the baby, coupled with a prostaglandin, which induces labor. …

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MCCL GO defends life at the United Nations; executive director addresses assembly

  Editor’s note. The following was released Friday. NEW YORK, N.Y. — The 47th session of the Commission on Population and Development took place this week at the United Nations. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL GO), a U.N.-accredited non-governmental organization, encouraged delegates to prioritize the improvement of maternal health care rather than …

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World Health Organization (WHO) acknowledges that legalizing abortion does not make it safe

  Editor’s note. The following was distributed today by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL GO). Abortion advocates have long advanced their opinion that all legal abortions are safe, and all illegal abortions are unsafe. But this has never been true. An editorial in the latest Bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO) …

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Post abortion depression and suicide

  By Pat Buckley, European Life Network During the recent parliamentary debate in Ireland that led to the introduction of abortion–and despite scholarly research based evidence to the contrary– the Irish Government decided that suicide ideation was grounds for abortion. Expert psychiatric witnesses explained that in many years of professional practice they had never found …

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Pro-choice substance abuse counselor admits that men and women suffer from abortion

  By Sarah Terzo Abortion providers like Planned Parenthood insist that abortion does not cause depression, substance abuse, or any kind of mental health trauma. On the Planned Parenthood website, it says the following: “Research studies indicate that emotional responses to legally induced abortion are largely positive…. Anti-family planning activists, however, circulate unfounded claims that …

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”Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women” is a comprehensive, scholarly examination of the damage abortion does to women

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first ran last year. It complements a story written today—“The real ‘abortion scandal’ is that the true is being suppressed.” Like most everyone who writes for a living, I receive many invitations to attend conferences and book launchings. I’m too busy to attend any and, to be honest, …

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Two stories from New York Magazine unintentionally reinforce the pro-life case against abortion

  Editor’s note. This first ran last November. We’re re-running it in conjunction with “Archbishop Chaput and keeping the door open to reconciliation.” I try always to give credit where credit is due. In the space of less than a week New York magazine (by no means in our corner) has published two hugely revealing …

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Canadian columnist lauds pro-life Canadian book on abortion complications, highlights study documenting link between abortion and breast cancer

  By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life has paid studious attention to the link between induced abortion and an increase in breast cancer literally for decades. We’ve run story after story, most often written by Prof. Joel Brind, loaded with studies that prove the “ABC Link” is not some statistical artifice conjured up by …

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Woman Died in Irish Hospital Due to Previous Abortion

By Life Zone The death of a Nigerian-born woman in a Dublin hospital in 2010 was the result of a previous abortion that had perforated her uterus. Bimbo Onanuga (32), who lived in Finglas, Dublin, died on March 4, 2010, from massive internal bleeding. The inquest into her death returned a verdict of medical misadventure. …

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Getting “abortion stigma” backwards

By Dave Andrusko The title of the piece at the pro-abortion Thinkprogress.org site is “Abortion Stigma Hurts Women, But Here’s How We Can Start Getting Rid of it.” And the immediate form that this attempt to destigmatize abortion is something called a “1 in 3 Week of Action.” It’s intended “to get the conversation going,” …

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Emotions One Week after an Abortion Decision : Does the UCSF study tell us the whole story?

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research There are some very interesting revelations tucked away in the latest published study on abortion’s psychological consequences from the University of California-San Francisco “Turnaway” Study group. But as you might suspect, you might need to read all of the data and read between the …

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