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China: 34 Years of Brutal “One-Child Policy”

This month marks 34 years since China imposed its “one-child policy” across the nation, a policy that has been blamed for “causing more violence against women and girls than any other official policy on earth.” The policy requires Chinese couples … Continue reading

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“I wish I’d had a friend tell me …”

Twenty years ago, I wish I had had an ally. Not someone who tells me that I messed up, that abortion is my only option and gives me a ride to the clinic. I wish I had had a friend … Continue reading

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Doctors: Abortion Not Necessary to Save Mothers’ Lives

From LifeSite News: Almost 900 medical professionals have now signed the Dublin Declaration on Maternal Health, launched in 2012 to declare that abortion is not needed to save women’s lives. Unveiled at the International Symposium on Maternal Healthcare in Dublin, … Continue reading

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Writer: “Why I Lost Faith in the Pro-Choice Movement”

Once all of this set in, I thought of all my friends who had ended up sitting in the waiting rooms of abortion facilities, and mourned for them anew. In each case there was an unspoken but palpable question of, … Continue reading

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Australian Maternal Death Report Highlights Abortion-Suicide Connection

A report on maternal deaths in Queensland, Australia, has raised concerns about suicide following pregnancy, particularly after abortion. The Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council report noted: Suicide is the leading cause of death in women within 42 days after … Continue reading

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NBC Expert: Doctors Should Have Admitting Privileges

This past week, three abortion businesses in Louisiana filed suit over a law that would require doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of their facility. Backers of the new law, which is … Continue reading

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“If No One Wants An Abortion, Why Do We Still Have Abortion?”

In the [After Tiller] trailer, one of the abortionists says: “No one wants an abortion”. I agree with that statement. The real question is, if no one wants an abortion, why do we still have abortion? As a feminist and … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: “This is not a choice between vanilla and chocolate …”

Quote of the day: This is not a choice between vanilla and chocolate. This is a choice like, “Do you want me to break your arm, or your leg?” This is a choice that says, “Do you want to see … Continue reading

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New Scientific Review Supports Link Between Abortion and Breast Cancer

Another scientific review of the research on abortion and breast cancer has been published. From the news release by the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer: A scientific review conducted by Angela Lanfranchi, MD and Patrick Fagan, Ph.D. found that support for … Continue reading

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Is Late Term Abortion Ever Necessary?

By Mary L. Davenport, M.D., FACOG The following article was published in 2010 by the American Association of Prolife Ob-Gyns [AAPLOG]. In the aftermath of the killing of George Tiller, the Kansas abortionist, on May 31, 2009, we have heard … Continue reading

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Why Legalizing Abortion Worldwide Won’t Save Women’s Lives

By Paul Stark The international abortion advocacy organization Ipas helped convene a meeting this week calling for governments to “repeal laws that criminalize abortion and remove barriers on women’s and girls’ access to safe abortion services,” making “safe, legal abortion universally … Continue reading

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How to Recognize a Cover-up of the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link

By Joel Brind, Ph.D. After researching and publishing on the ABC link for over 20 years, I’ve managed to get the hang of the formulaic manner in which studies come out periodically to “reassure” the public about the “safety” of … Continue reading

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On World Down Syndome Day: Resources and Hope

Today is World Down Syndrome Day. Sadly, most unborn children diagnosed with Down Syndrome are aborted  — often after parents are given poor information and pressured to abort by medical staff. Most people don’t know about the negative impact of … Continue reading

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Michelle Obama Needs to Defend Chinese Women

First Lady Should Condemn China’s “War on Women,” But Will She? Note: The following is reprinted from Population Research Institute. When Michelle Obama arrives in Beijing today with her two daughters, Sasha and Malia, she will be the envy of … Continue reading

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Abortion Pill Reversal: Helping Women Stop an Abortion

The Denver Catholic Register has an article on abortion pill reversal, including the story of a woman who is pregnant after taking a chemical abortion pill early in her pregnancy: Kim, 32, was frantic when she left the Planned Parenthood … Continue reading

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