By Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues Since banning all abortions in 2006, Nicaragua has lowered its maternal deaths. The Ministry of Health reported that in 2016, 38 women died per 100,000 childbirths, down from 93 women per 100,000 childbirths. In 2011, Nicaragua was awarded the World Health Organization’s “America Prize” for reducing its maternal mortality. …Continue reading "Nicaragua: Maternal Deaths Decrease Following Abortion Ban"
By Paul Stark and Dave Andrusko The opinions expressed in the prestigious British medical publication The Lancet carry enormous weight, even when the conclusions are at war with the facts. A recent example is “Women’s choice is key to reduce maternal deaths.” This November 24 editorial is the latest pro-abortion attempt to exploit the tragic …Continue reading "“The Lancet” perpetuates the myth that abortion is necessary to prevent maternal deaths"
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"