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Last week, Kansas legislators held a hearing on HB 2035, a bill that would be protective of minors being steered to abortion.

Unfortunately, on that day, a methodologically flawed Danish study funded by the pro-abortion Susan Buffet foundation was wrongly touted as proof that abortion causes no negative mental health risks.

Thousands of women (and men) who come to post-abortion healing ministries each year have attested that abortion-caused emotional problems take years to develop.  Yet this study

only counted abortion as problematic if women
sought professional help within one year and did not
assess women for depression, suicidal thoughts or
substance abuse (self-medication)
.

Pro-choice New Zealand researchers in 2006 began with the same stated assumption of this Danish study— that only women with pre-existing mental health issues suffer post-abortion distress– but they were disproved by their own findings! (more…)

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At the national March for Life last weekend, perennial favorite speaker,  co-chairman of the Congressional Pro-Life Caucus,  Chris Smith, slammed the federal abortion agenda and the scientific community’s conspiracy on abortion harms.

“Abortion hurts women, physically, psychologically, and the data strongly suggests that it even mal-affects children subsequently born to women who abort,” he continued, saying at least 102 studies have yielded such findings… and at least 113 studies show a dramatic association between abortion and preterm birth in subsequent pregnancies – 36 percent after one abortion, a staggering 93 percent after two.”

However, Kansas’ health department doesn’t believe (more…)

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