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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
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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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Adult Stem Cells: Successful Standard for Regenerative Medicine

Adult stem cells are the successful standard for stem cells. Although in the past their regenerative/reparative capacity was ignored, misunderstood, or even maligned, a rapidly growing host of clinical applications are being developed, and the clinical utility of adult stem cells is increasingly validated in the literature.

David Prentice, Ph.D.
March 14, 2019
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Recent Increases in the U.S. Maternal Mortality Rate: Disentangling Trends From Measurement Issues

We have analyzed the exact source data identified by the authors in the study by MacDorman et al. Our analysis has led us to contest some of the stated findings and the resultant interpretation. 

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Improving Maternal Mortality: Comprehensive Reporting for All Pregnancy Outcomes

To demonstrate the impact of inadequate standardization and population coverage on the ability to measure and improve maternal mortality in the United States.

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Psychological Impact of Abortion due to Fetal Anomaly: A Review of Published Research

The authors reviewed ten studies which examined the psychological sequelae of pregnant women following prenatal diagnoses of severe life limiting conditions. Based on the available data, the authors found evidence that women who abort due to a poor prenatal diagnosis are at higher risk of post-traumatic stress and depression than women who continue with pregnancy.

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Restoring Christ-centered medicine through public policy changes centered around subsidiarity and the doctor–patient relationship

Many Catholic leaders supported passage of legislation designed to achieve the humanitarian goal of universal or near-universal health coverage. These leaders could not imagine that the resulting law would lead to a severe assault on the practice of Christ-centered medicine.

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Analyzing the Impact of State Level Contraception Mandates on Public Health Outcomes

The recent mandate by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services requiring private health insurance plans to cover all FDA-approved contraceptive drugs has generated a considerable amount of controversy. A time series cross-sectional analysis of state level public health data offers important insights as to what impact these contraceptive mandates have on public health outcomes.

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The Health Consequences of Sex Trafficking and Their Implications for Identifying Victims in Healthcare Facilities

The paper is based on an original study of over one hundred domestic sex trafficking victims and survivors. It provides evidence that women and children who are trafficked into prostitution are physically, mentally, and emotionally devastated by the crime, and this devastation is lasting – with injuries, illnesses, and impairments continuing for decades.

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