Monthly Archives: August 2021

In the Corridor of Conscience: A Doctor’s Story

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

By Dr. Stephen O’Neil     The first day of my obstetrics rotation as a third-year med student in 1989 started like any other first day. I arrived at the hospital and got lost.  After the requisite amount of time searching I ultimately met the other students at the operating rooms for orientation. We all […]

Abortion Reporting: Mississippi (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

The Mississippi State Department of Health provided 2019 abortion statistics to the Charlotte Lozier Institute in May 2021, showing that abortions increased from 2018.   Changes in Mississippi Abortions, 2018-2019 The report does not include information on Planned Parenthood’s Mississippi abortion market share. However, Planned Parenthood operates no abortion centers in Mississippi.   Abortion Totals […]

Pro-Life Scientists: Facts You Should Know About FDA-Approved Pfizer Vaccine

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Abortion-Derived Cell Lines NOT Used for Production, Some Use in Laboratory Tests   Washington, D.C. – Today, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted full approval for the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.  Scientists and researchers at the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) have been studying the Pfizer vaccine from a pro-life perspective since March 2020.   “The […]

Health Risk: Wisconsin Department of Health Services Data Reveals Sharp Increase in Risky Abortion Method

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

European and American Studies Show Chemical Abortions Inflict a Complication Rate Four Times That of Surgical Abortions   Washington, D.C. – The most recent Wisconsin abortion data shows a significant increase in the number of women using potentially dangerous abortion drugs, which according to multiple peer-reviewed studies pose higher rates of complications.   Data collected […]

Abortion Reporting: Alabama (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

Alabama’s 2019 abortion report was published online in February 2021. According to the report, abortions in the state declined from 2018.   Statistics and Changes in Alabama Abortions, 2018-2019   Abortion Totals and Trends   There were 6,009 abortions reported in Alabama in 2019, down seven percent from the previous year (Fig. 1). Conversely, chemical […]

Abortion Reporting: Idaho (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

Idaho has released partial 2020 abortion statistics. CLI will post a summary when the full 2020 report is published.   Idaho’s 2019 abortion report was released in February 2021, revealing that abortions in the state showed a marked increase between 2018 and 2019.   Changes in Idaho Abortions, 2018-2019 The report does not include information […]

Abortion Reporting: New Mexico (2018)

Tessa Longbons  

The Charlotte Lozier Institute’s summary of New Mexico’s 2019 abortion report is forthcoming.   In January 2021, New Mexico released its health statistics annual report, which includes abortion statistics for 2018. Additional abortion data is available in the abortion surveillance reports published by the CDC.   Changes in New Mexico Abortions, 2017-2018 The change in […]

Abortion Reporting: Wisconsin (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

Wisconsin’s 2019 abortion report was released in January 2021, showing that abortions in the Badger State increased for the third year in a row. As of August 2021, 38 states had released 2019 abortion statistics; 21 of these states reported that abortions had increased from the previous year.   Changes in Wisconsin Abortions, 2018-2019 *The […]

New Peer-Reviewed Study Debunks Myth of Abortion as “Normative” for Mothers

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Analysis of Millions of Pregnancies in 17 States With Taxpayer-Funded Abortion Finds Mothers With Both Births and Abortions Are “Rare”   Washington, D.C. – A new peer-reviewed study of nearly eight million pregnancies debunks the abortion industry narrative that abortion is a normative experience for mothers, finding that mothers with both births and abortions are […]

The ACOG Should Reconsider Fetal Pain

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

By John C. Bockmann     This is Issue 65 of CLI’s On Point Series. To view this report as a PDF, see: The ACOG Should Reconsider Fetal Pain     Can a fetus feel something like pain before viability, perhaps even by 15 weeks’ gestation? The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) says […]

Health Risk: Nebraska’s 2020 Abortion Report Reveals Sharp Increase in Chemical Abortions

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

International Studies Show Chemical Abortions Inflict Four Times More Complications Than Surgical Abortions   Washington, D.C. – Newly released Nebraska abortion data shows a significant increase in women using potentially dangerous abortion drugs, which have been found to pose higher rates of complications.   Data collected by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services […]