Landmark Danish study reveals higher maternal death rates following abortion
8 September 2012
"Abortion is bad for women and these studies are providing compelling evidence of that truth"
A new study of half-a-million Danish women suggests significantly higher maternal death rates following abortion compared with delivery.
The study follows studies from Finland and Scotland which suggest that abortion is a risk-factor for premature births in subsequent pregnancies. [Peter Saunders, 6 September]
John Smeaton, SPUC's chief executive, commented: "The truth is that abortion is bad for women and these studies are providing compelling evidence of that truth."
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