No Medical Evidence Finds Abortion Can Save a Mother’s Life

11/4/16 David C. Reardon In the most recent presidential debate, Hillary Clinton claimed late-term abortions are sometimes necessary to save women’s lives. That’s great rhetoric, but it is not supported by even a single medical study. Before examining the “abortion … Continue reading

New Study Finds Higher Substance Use Rates Among Pregnant Women After Abortion

7/11/2005 Findings Show Women With “Unwanted” Pregnancies Aren’t More Likely to Use Drugs or Alcohol Springfield, IL (July 11, 2005)– A new study published in the British Journal of Health Psychology has found that women with a history of induced … Continue reading

15th Study Links Abortion and Substance Abuse

3/3/2000 Women who have an abortion are five times more likely to report subsequent substance abuse compared to women who carry to term, according to a study published in the latest issue of the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol … Continue reading

New Study Confirms Link Between Abortion and Substance Abuse

11/23/1999 David C. Reardon, Ph.D. A recent Elliot Institute study has established a strong statistical correlation between abortion and subsequent drug or alcohol abuse. This finding is based on a national, random sample of 700 women participating in a reproductive … Continue reading