Post-abortion and Health Care

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From one mom to another: keep your baby

Fatima Boutaleb The Interim This is a story that happened to me while I was pregnant with my twins. It happened while I was studying computers at a private institute. My husband wasn’t working at the time. We had three kids together. We had been in Canada for three years. It ... (Continue reading)

ABC info not welcome at Halifax conference

LifeSiteNews.com Special to The Interim A group providing information about the link between abortion and breast cancer was asked to leave an international conference on breast cancer in Halifax in early June. Ellen Chesal, of the group Positive Options for Women, told LifeSite News.com that her group’s table at the conference was very well received by most of the conference attendees. “We ran out of material and ... (Continue reading)

Kansas site attended by Canadian mothers botches abortion

LifeSiteNews.com Special to The Interim With sirens blaring and emergency lights flashing, an ambulance rushed an injured woman to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Ks. early in the morning of Jan. 13, after an apparent botched abortion at Women's Health Care Services, a late-term abortion mill run by the notorious George ... (Continue reading)

Numbers show ‘legal’ abortion hasn’t lowered maternal deaths

Giuseppe Gori Special to The Interim Ten times more women are dying today, as a result of abortion, than in 1972. How is this possible, if legal abortion has reduced the fatality rate by 10 times as a result of the procedure being committed ... (Continue reading)

Kansas site attended by Canadian mothers botches abortion

LifeSiteNews.com Special to The Interim With sirens blaring and emergency lights flashing, an ambulance rushed an injured woman to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Ks. early in the morning of Jan. 13, after an apparent botched abortion at Women's Health Care Services, a late-term abortion mill run by the ... (Continue reading)

Numbers show ‘legal’ abortion hasn’t lowered maternal deaths

Ten times more women are dying today, as a result of abortion, than in 1972. How is this possible, if legal abortion has reduced the fatality rate by 10 times as a result of the procedure being committed ... (Continue reading)

Project Rachel offers hope for healing

Tony Gosgnach The Interim They've called from as early as three days afterwards to as long as 60 years later, with an average time span of 20-25 years. They could be fathers, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and even doctors and nurses. They can suffer from feelings of fear, anxiety, guilt, panic and pressure, both before and afterwards. If early results of the Project Rachel initiative in Hamilton are any indication, it's clear that ... (Continue reading)

Legal abortion to increase third world maternal mortality

John-Henry Westen Special to The Interim The population control arm of the United Nations, UNFPA, and its abortion-pushing allies, most notably International Planned Parenthood, relentlessly press for legalizing abortion with the claim that it is needed to reduce maternal mortality by reducing "unsafe" abortions, particularly in the Developing World. However, Jeanne Head, R.N., the chief pro-life lobbyist at the United Nations, and herself a former labor and delivery nurse says the reality ... (Continue reading)

Men and abortion: the forgotten victims

As the chaplain of Teen Challenge of Central Canada and executive director of the Lighthouse Mission in Calgary Alta., 45-year-old Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada minister Rev. Scott Miller found that many of the men he counsels were, what could ... (Continue reading)

Senator Kerry and the flight from reality

Rebecca Porter is the director of Florida's "Operation Outcry Silent No More." She is, one might say, not so much "pro-choice" these days as she is "pro-voice." She, and countless "victims of choice," who have been hurt by abortion and carry with them deep personal scars, do not want to remain silent, lest their absence of a voice lead people to think that abortion is harmless. Recently, Porter decided to inform Senator Kerry and his followers about ... (Continue reading)

Abortion linked to later substance abuse

LifeSite NewsA new study published in the June American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse strengthens the case for a causal connection between abortion and substance abuse. The study found that among women who had unintended first pregnancies, those who had abortions were more likely to report, an average of four years later, more frequent and recent use of alcohol, marijuana and cocaine. Researchers from the Elliot Institute ... (Continue reading)

Abortion riskier than childbirth

LifeSite NewsA study of pregnancy-associated deaths, published in the latest issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has found that the mortality rate associated with abortion is 2.95 times higher than that associated with pregnancies carried to term. The study included the entire population of women 15 to 49 years of age in Finland between 1987 and 2000. The researchers linked birth and abortion records to death certificates. The annual death ... (Continue reading)

Two women die after abortions

Interim StaffReports from the United States and Sweden recently surfaced that illustrate the lethal consequences of the abortion culture for women who have induced and chemical abortions. It has been revealed by Fox News that in suburban Detroit, a 15-year-old girl died Jan. 8 as a result of a second-trimester abortion. Dr. Leigh Hlavaty performed an autopsy on 15-year-old Tamia Russell the next day and determined that death was caused by "uterine infarction, ... (Continue reading)

Abortion-breast cancer link: myth or medicine?

In October of 2003, and for the first time in the United States, the abortion industry settled a malpractice lawsuit based on the link between abortion and breast cancer. The Cherry Hill Women's Centre in New Jersey failed to inform a woman of both the breast-cancer, as well as the mental, risks of induced abortion. The plaintiff, identified only as "Sarah" to protect her identity, filed her lawsuit on ... (Continue reading)

Alternative health writer confirms abortion-breast cancer link

For 20 years, Dr. Joel Brind has tried valiantly to spread the word that there is a link between abortion and breast cancer. The mainstream media have generally ignored or dismissed his work. Now, a British Columbia writer, Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe, is presenting a similar message. Well known in the field of alternative health, she is an editor, researcher, lecturer, and author of a ... (Continue reading)

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