Category Archives: Research

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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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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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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Study of 36 Chinese Abortion-Breast Cancer Studies a “Game Changer,” Says Scientist

Two of Three Meta-Analyses Now Support Link Between Abortion and Breast cancer The following statement was released by the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer on Dec. 2, 2013. A systematic review and meta-analysis of 36 Chinese studies, published by Dr. Yubei … Continue reading

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Induced Abortion Raises Breast Cancer Risk by More Than 20-Fold, Study Finds

The following statement was released by the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer on August 14, 2013. The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer reported today on a Bangladesh study published in the Journal of Dhaka Medical College on risk factors for breast cancer, … Continue reading

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New Review Links Abortion and Mental Health Problems

A new review of abortion and mental health complications has been published in Italy: A new metastudy performed by researchers at the University of Siena seems to show a clear link between abortion and subsequent mental illnesses like depression, substance … Continue reading

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Researchers Bullied, Silenced at International Conference for Daring to Expose Abortion’s Harm to Women

Researchers Banned From Giving Presentations at International Women’s Conference Months ago, researchers from the American Association of Pro-life Ob/Gyns were invited to give presentations on abortion’s impact on women at the Medical Women’s International Association, held this year in South … Continue reading

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Ideological Bias Risking the Lives of Young Women

Denise Hummell, M.D. writes at Zenit: Scientific studies from around the world show that younger women, specifically those between the ages of 25 and 39, are increasingly being diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer—which has often spread further in the body … Continue reading

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Doctor: Abortion Not A “Viable Treatment Option” to Save Women’s Lives

Tells Legislators That Performing Abortions “Would Entail  Undue and Dangerous Delay” in Providing Life-Saving Care for Women From the testimony of Dr. Anthony Levatino, an ob-gyn who formerly performed abortions and has treated women with high-risk pregnancies, before the Subcommittee … Continue reading

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Abortion Has No Benefits, But Does Have Risks, New Research Shows

(Springfield, IL – May 7, 2013) – A meta-analysis combining the results of 8 studies of women facing unwanted pregnancies, published in the April 2013 issue of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, has concluded that “there is no available evidence … Continue reading

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New Study Doesn’t Support Safety of Webcam Abortions

Reproductive Research Audit’s Jacqueline Harvey, Ph.D., reports on a flawed study claiming that webcam abortions may be safer for women: The American Journal of Public Health has preliminarily released an electronic version of Changes in Service Delivery Patterns After Introduction … Continue reading

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New Study’s Reported Findings on Abortion-Breast Cancer Link Are Hyperinflated

Group Challenges Danish Researchers to Study the Whole Group, Use Record-Linkage Database The following statement was released by The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer on April 24, 2013. The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer commented on a Danish study led by Christina  … Continue reading

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The Abortion-Breast Cancer Link: The Biology (Part Four of Four)

By Joel Brind, Ph.D. In the three previous installments of this series, I documented the epidemiological evidence for the abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link, and the ongoing wall of denial from the official purveyors of public health information, including the National … Continue reading

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The Abortion-Breast Cancer Link: The Dagger Under the Table (Part Three of Four)

By Joel Brind, Ph.D. In Part II of this series of articles on the link between abortion and breast cancer, I described how the “reporting bias” or “response bias” argument has been systematically used by the most prominent medical research … Continue reading

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