A pro-abortion doctor has written a book where he ignores evidence of the harm of abortion. His position conflicts with existing research.
Dr. David A. Grimes, who has spent years promoting abortion, argues in a new book that abortion victims do not have psychological complications after terminating the lives of their babies.
David Reardon, director of the Elliot Institute, says Dr. Grimes “has been an abortion zealot even before it was legalized” and his research is in error.
“The first systematic review of the literature on abortion, looking at 22 different studies from numerous countries, found that 10 percent of the incidence of mental health problems among women can be attributed to abortion and that women who have abortions have an 81 percent higher risk of mental health problems,” Reardon explains.
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