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Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Rise of Repeat Abortions in the UK a Cause for Concern

 According to the Telegraph, information from the National Health Service (NHS) shows a significant jump in the number of repeat abortions occurring in England and Wales.  According to the NHS, 36% of all abortions performed in 2011 were performed on women who had already had at least one abortion. That is a total of 68,105 women, which is a 2% increase from 2010 when the number stood at 64,303.  This is the largest jump in the number of repeat abortions in one year.

Nora Sullivan, M.P.A
June 11, 2012
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Maternal & Public Health

Parental Involvement Laws Decrease Teen Suicide Rate

Dr. Michael New, adjunct scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, writes on National Review Online of a new study by Sabia and Reese which shows that parental involvement laws for abortion reduce the suicide rates among teenage girls.

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Forced Sterilizations Expose Population Control Cruelty

The government of the small central Asian country of Uzbekistan has declared 2012 “The Year of the Family.”  As the Uzbek culture traditionally values the family, marriage, and children above all other things, this proclamation is perfectly in sync with the spirit of the people.  The goals of the year are to increase the number of happy families and to strengthen the institution of the family in Uzbekistan.  It is an entirely worthy goal; however, it stands in stark contrast to the startling information that was released this month by the BBC.

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The Dark Ladder of Logic: After-Birth Abortion

The Journal of Medical Ethics (JME) is one of those highly specialized, relatively expensive publications that cater to a targeted group of professionals.  Because these journals are expensive (a print/online U.S. annual subscription for the JME is $431) and have such a very specific audience, they are rarely read by laypeople outside the professional circles they are intended to address. Unless such a journal publishes an article online endorsing infanticide.

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Justice for Eugenics Victims in North Carolina

The state of North Carolina has now identified more than 100 victims of their massive state-sponsored eugenics program which lasted from 1929 to 1974 according to reports out recently.  

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Medical Students for Choice Fund Abortion Training in the U.K.

An American group called Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) has announced plans to fund abortion training for medical students in the United Kingdom and Ireland.  

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Chiaroscuro Foundation’s Riveting Look at New York Abortion Data

Thanks to a detailed abortion reporting policy for New York City and a riveting graphic just published by the Chiaroscuro Foundation, we know that the city’s abortion ratio is 41%, using a Guttmacher Institute formula calculated as "abortions per 100 pregnancies ending in abortion or live birth." 

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The District of Columbia’s Sudden Abortion Surge

According to “Reported Pregnancies and Pregnancy Rates in the District of Columbia, 2005-2009,” the statistical summary of pregnancies, births, fetal deaths, and induced abortions for the District of Columbia; the nation’s capital underwent a dramatic increase in induced abortion procedures in 2009.

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