Category Archives: Results of Studies

CDC: abortion is 6th most common cause of maternal death

Pro-life author George Grant reveals: “Recently the Centers for Disease Control conducted a study of maternal deaths and discovered that abortion is now the 6th most common cause. The results of the study, released to the Journal of Obstetrics and … Continue reading

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Study finds 48% of postabortion women were coerced

Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how postabortion women were coerced into abortions: “In a study conducted by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, Dr. Ian Gentles, and Dr. Elizabeth Ring–Cassidy published in 2013 in Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women, the authors asked … Continue reading

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David Ferguson does 25 Year Study

Pro-life doctor Marissa Ogle, M.D wrote about an abortion study that pro-abortion people tried to repress,by Dr. David Ferguson: “A reputable research scientist attempted to publish results of a well-designed study that concluded, to his surprise, that abortion has a … Continue reading

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Children see “fetuses” as babies, says study

Giving the reason why surviving siblings of aborted babies may feel grief and guilt, particularly when the abortion is done after the third or fourth month, researchers said: “In the presence of prenatal life, young children do not separate the … Continue reading

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1 woman in 20 had abortion complications in 1972

From one study that took place right before Roe v. Wade: “In a series of 73,000 abortions one woman in every 20 had early complications; one in every 200 had major complications.” These were legal abortions done in California, New … Continue reading

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Study gives reasons teens don’t tell their parents about pregnancy

“One study cited the 3 most common reasons why young pregnant women had abortions without telling their parents. They were, in order, “Didn’t want to hurt or disappoint parent,” “Thought parent would be angry at me,” and “Didn’t want parents … Continue reading

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Only 61% of parents knew about their daughter’s abortion, study reveals

In an older study (1992) posted her for readers to consider 61% of parents knew about their unmarried teenage daughter’s abortion – 45% were told by the girl, 15% found out some other way half of teens 15 years old … Continue reading

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Only 11 to 16% of women denied abortions will seek illegal abortions?

David Reardon cited a European study that determined that only 11 to 16% of women denied legal abortions will pursue an illegal abortion. David C Reardon Aborted Women: Silent No More (Westchester, Illinois: Crossway books, 1987) 290 Unfortunately, I have been … Continue reading

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Summary of Mark K Zimmerman’s study on women and abortion

There was a  1977 study by sociologist Mark K Zimmerman, “Passage through Abortion: the Personal and Social Reality Women’s Experiences.” The study was cited in David C Reardon Aborted Women: Silent No More (Westchester, Illinois: Crossway books, 1987) The study was … Continue reading

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Study: 70% of Relationships fail after the woman has an abortion

One study showed that 70% of relationships broke up after the woman’s abortion. If the woman was in a relationship at the time of the abortion, it fell apart shortly after the abortion 70% of the time. Vincent M. Rue … Continue reading

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