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Arlington, VA 22206

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Charlotte Lozier Institute

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

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

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United Kingdom Data Deficiencies Influencing U.S. FDA Decisions

CLI's VP of Medical Affairs Ingrid Skop, together with Calum Miller, MD, and Kevin Duffy, MPH, recently published an article in Issues in Law & Medicine arguing that decisions by the FDA to pull back regulations on the abortion drug mifepristone in part relied on "flawed studies with significantly undercounted complications" from the U.K.

Ingrid Skop, M.D., FACOG
May 23, 2024
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Misleading Statements About “Life of the Mother” Exceptions in Pro-life Laws Require Correction

Recently CLI scholars Ingrid Skop, M.D. and Mary Harned, J.D. published a rebuttal in Issues in Law & Medicine to a series of misleading statements made in an article that appeared in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology.

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Understanding Women’s Communication with Their Providers During Medication Abortion and Abortion Pill Reversal: An Exploratory Analysis

The purpose of this exploratory analysis is to understand women's medication abortion and abortion pill reversal decision-making experiences, with a particular focus on their communication with their medical providers.

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Medication Abortion and Abortion Pill Reversal: An Exploratory Analysis on the Influence of Others in Women’s Decision-Making

As medication abortion accounts for a growing share of abortions in the United States, an increasing number of women are seeking abortion pill reversal (APR). These decisions are typically not made in isolation. However, little research exists on women’s APR decision-making and the role played by people close to them.

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A Cohort Study of Mental Health Services Utilization Following a First Pregnancy Abortion or Birth

A first pregnancy abortion, compared to a birth, is associated with significantly higher subsequent mental health services utilization following the first pregnancy outcome. The risk attributable to abortion is notably higher for inpatient than outpatient mental health services.

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Study: Many Women Who Had Abortions Felt Pressured by Others

Abortion pressure and coercion constitute one of the most widespread hidden epidemics in America, and one of the least covered by the media. Our latest research shows that these insidious influences are tragically far more common than most people realize.

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The Effects of Abortion Decision Rightness and Decision Type on Women’s Satisfaction and Mental Health

Perceived pressure to abort is strongly associated with women attributing more negative mental health outcomes to their abortions. The one-third of women for whom abortion is wanted and consistent with their values and preferences are most likely over-represented in studies initiated at abortion clinics.

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Effects of Pressure to Abort on Women’s Emotional Responses and Mental Health

Women who feel pressured to agree to abortion are more likely to experience negative emotional and mental health reactions. Our study aims to investigate five types of pressure women may face and a sample of effects that may be associated with unwanted abortions.

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