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The Hidden Epidemic:  Forced Abortions In America

The Hidden Epidemic: Forced Abortions In America

Elliot Institute's 21-page special report, "Forced Abortion in America" combines the frightening headlines, the compelling first hand accounts, and the peer reviewed studies documenting the crisis of forced abortions in America. Up to 64% of women tell researchers that they felt pressured to undergo an unwanted abortion. This ...

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Higher Death Rates After Abortion Found in U.S., Finland, and Denmark

Higher Death Rates After Abortion Found in U.S., Finland, and Denmark

Studies in U.S., Finland, and Denmark show women are more likely to die after an abortion than after childbirth.

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Abortion and Mental Health Controversy Reignited by New Study

Abortion and Mental Health Controversy Reignited by New Study

A systematic literature review published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists found that 10% of mental health problems among women are related to a history of abortion. The review calls into question the previous reassurances by the American Psychological Association.

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Over 20 Years of Research, Education and Advocacy

Over 20 Years of Research, Education and Advocacy

Publishing ground breaking research, educating the public through books, lectures, web sites, pamphlets, print, radio and television, advocating for women hurt by unwanted, unsafe, and unnecessary abortions--the Elliot Institute has been busy. That's why we have the resources to help you and your loved ones understand and deal with ...

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Abortion Risks: A list of major psychological complications related to abortion

Abortion Risks: A list of major psychological complications related to abortion

Hundreds of studies have documented a wide variety of psychological reactions associated with abortion. This list summarizes many of the major findings and includes citations to the original research.

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Rehash of Abortion Safety Claim Ignores All Inconvenient Evidence to the Contrary

Rehash of Abortion Safety Claim Ignores All Inconvenient Evidence to the Contrary

An "apples vs. oranges" comparison of dissimilar data sets is being used to promote the lie that abortion is safer than childbirth. Meanwhile, pristine record-linkage studies proving the opposite are being ignored.

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