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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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Fact Sheet: Medical Indications for Separating a Mother and Her Unborn Child

There are humane medical interventions that aim for both mother and her unborn child to live when possible and do not inflict direct violence on the unborn child.

Ingrid Skop, M.D., FACOG
May 17, 2022
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Stories of Premature Births, Anomalies Involving Fetal Surgery and Perinatal Hospice

The following is a compilation of public stories shared by families who were affected by a prenatal diagnosis of a lethal or non-lethal fetal anomaly or very premature birth.

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Pediatricians Recommend More Attention to Pain Management in Premature Infants

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A Mother’s Love and the Continuity of Knowing

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Abortion and Preterm Birth: Educational Campaign Recognizes the Well-Documented Link

Prevent Preterm (PreventPreterm.org) was launched this June to educate the public on three known risk factors for preterm, or premature, births: tobacco use, lack of prenatal care, and prior abortion. Despite a large body of medical research showing that abortion increases the risk of a subsequent preterm birth, information on this link is not nearly as accessible to the general public as that of smoking and prenatal care. PreventPreterm.org fills this need by providing a user-friendly, comprehensive chart summarizing more than 100 peer-reviewed published studies that identify abortion as a risk factor for preterm birth.

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Holding, Listening, Rocking – and a Blessing in Turn

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Induced Abortion and Risk of Subsequent Preterm Birth

Preterm birth is one of the most significant challenges facing the field of obstetrics and remains a considerable public health issue. For years, concerns have been raised about a potential association between frequently performed induced abortion procedures and preterm delivery in subsequent pregnancies.  Such concerns have been largely ignored in mainstream U.S. medical literature and are unknown to wider public opinion.  However, a growing body of worldwide evidence suggests that the association between preterm birth and history of induced abortion is indeed credible. 

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