By Paul Stark Evidence that legalizing abortion does not reduce maternal mortality was presented this week at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. Scott Fischbach, executive director of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL GO), and Jeanne Head, R.N., U.N. representative and vice-president for international affairs at the National Right to Life …Continue reading "Evidence presented at World Health Assembly that health care, not abortion, will solve maternal mortality"
GENEVA, Switzerland — Improved medical care, not abortion, is the solution to the problem of maternal deaths in the developing world, according to a new analysis of research from Chile and other sources (http://mccl-go.org/resources.htm). The analysis was released today at the World Health Assembly in Geneva by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL …Continue reading "New analysis of maternal mortality confirms health care, not abortion, key to saving lives, Call for renewed World Health Assembly focus on improving women’s health care in developing world"
By Dave Andrusko Just how far apart—how diametrically opposite—are the answers pro and anti-life forces offer to the question of how to reduce maternal mortality among women in developing nations is a topic we’ve written about many times in NRL News and NRL News Today. Pro-abortionists say the answer is more abortions and a policy …Continue reading "Pro-Lifers Promote Adequate Health Care as Solution to Reducing Maternal Mortality, UN Continues to Push Abortion"
Editor’s note. Although this appeared August 11 on the blog of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), its conclusion is not only important it is highly relevant. MCCL is National Right to Life’s state affiliate. It is found at http://prolifemn.blogspot.com/2011/08/recent-study-confirms-mccl-go-white.html . A study released this week by Human Rights Watch, entitled “Stop Making Excuses: Accountability …Continue reading "Recent study confirms MCCL GO white paper report"