Sunday, December 12, 2010

Filmmaker oblivious of the link between abortion and subsequent preterm births

Prematurity has increased 33% since 1981. She says that in 1/2 cases "we don't know why preterm birth occurs."

Have they factored in the mother's reproductive history -- ie. IUDs, abortions, and other birth control methods that screw with her reproductive organs?

Prematurity causes 1/3 of child deaths in the US.

Abortion causes a higher risk of preterm birth in subsequent pregnancies. This is well known.

But women are assured that they can always have another child later.

A preterm baby that might die or be seriously disabled.

But all that seems to matter is sweeping all doubt away and doing the abortion quickly.

Before she changes her mind.


MADDIE said...

Ms. Dunigan,

Forgive me for sending you the following message via blog comment. I'd rather e-mail you, but the feedback form at your Cemetery of Choice site doesn't seem to have a Submit button.

I'm the founder of an unintended-pregnancy resource center. I'd like to invite you to apply to serve on our Board of Directors.

The main service we provide pregnant women is funding to cover pregnancy-related costs so that they don't have to resort to abortion. The best way to find out more about what we do is to visit

Please contact me at

Best wishes,

Avery Jolly

Sarah said...

Christina, the study does not distinguish between spontaneous and induced abortion. come on, you have much more rigour than this. i couldn't finish reading it.

GrannyGrump said...

Sarah, I just put a link as an example. If you like, you can provide a few more and I'll include them in the post.

OperationCounterstrike said...

There are also plenty of studies which find no link between a history of abortion and subsequent early births.

GrannyGrump said...

OC, there is an abundance of bad research out there supporting the abortion agenda. People who are okay with killing babies could hardly balk at lying about it.