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The Pill Kills … Again

Over the transom comes a note from my good friend, Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, who tells me that we now know ...
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/ Steven W. Mosher / Contraceptive Issues, Health Costs

When Population Control Becomes Genocide

Northern Myanmar—the country we used to call Burma—is the site of a brutal and ongoing ethnic cleansing campaign. It is ...
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Ipas and UNFPA are Promoting Abortion in Rohingya Refugee Camps

The Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic group from north-western Myanmar, have long been considered among the world’s most persecuted minorities. In ...
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Many American Women Have Felt Pressured into Abortions, Study Finds

A significant number of American women who have had an abortion have felt subtle, or even substantial, unwanted pressure to ...
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Federal Judge Blocks Religious Accommodation to HHS Contraceptive Mandate

A federal judge in Pennsylvania has placed a nationwide temporary hold on the Trump Administration’s accommodations for persons with moral ...
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Hormonal Contraceptives Increase Breast Cancer Risk, New Study Finds

A study published last week in The New England Journal of Medicine has found that hormonal contraceptives, including oral contraceptive ...
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/ Jonathan Abbamonte / Contraceptive Issues, Health Costs

PRI Review for September 25, 2017: IPPF Abortions Hit One Million Mark; India’s Two-Child Policy Advances; Last Chance to Repeal Obamacare

International Planned Parenthood Federation Performs Over One Million Abortions in 2016, Report Shows One of the world’s most extensive and ...
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U.S. Fertility Rate Hits New Record Low

The last year of the Obama administration saw the fertility rate fall to an all-time low. According to recent data ...
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International Planned Parenthood Federation Performs Over One Million Abortions in 2016, Report Shows

One of the world’s most extensive and prolific abortion networks has passed a tragic milestone. In 2016, the International Planned ...
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/ Jonathan Abbamonte / Contraceptive Issues, Global distribution and organizations involved

Pro-Family Voices Defend Rights of the Family at the Organization of American States

This past June 19th, Population Research Institute’s Sergio Burga Álvarez delivered an address before the ambassadors at the 47th Regular ...
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/ Jonathan Abbamonte and Sergio Burga Álvarez / Global News

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1. The birth of modern contraception.

Summary: Chapter 1 The Origins Of Modern Contraception: Three Terms And Three Attitudes This chapter considers the origin of three ...
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2. Early contraception and its rejection of abortion

Summary: Chapter 2 The first contraception and its incompatibility with abortion In this chapter we will show how, in the ...
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3. The medical profession and contraception: from contempt to acceptance

Summary: Chapter 3 The Medical Profession Before Contraception: From Rejection To Acceptance I. Introduction: Institutional Contempt For Contraception In general, and ...
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4. Catholic doctors and the AMA resolutions on contraception 

Summary: Chapter 4 Catholic Doctors and the Resolutions of the AMA on Contraception In this chapter we will study the ...
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5. Jurists approve abortive contraception

Summary: Chapter V Jurists approve abortive contraception I. The Model Penal Code of the American Institute of Law (ALI) The ...
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6. Changing words to change minds

Summary: Chapter 6 Changing words to change minds I. Introduction In the minds of its pioneers and in the opinion ...
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7. The Medico-Biological Aspect of the Papal Commission for the Study of the Problems of the Family, Population, and Birth Rate

Summary: Chapter VII The Medico-Biological Aspect of the Papal Commission for the Study of the Problems of the Family, Population, ...
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8.1 Protagonists in the Shadows: Edward C. Hughes

Summary: Chapter VIII (I) Protagonists in the shade (I): Edward C. Hughes y Raymond Holden I. Edward C. Hughes and ...
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8.2 Protagonists in the Shadows: Thomas Hayes and Alan S. Parkes

Summary: Chapter VIII (II) Protagonists in the shadows (II): Thomas Hayes and Alan S. Parkes I. Hayes and the "reproductive act" ...
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9.1 Scientific Research on Contraception: The “Abuse of Power” Ethos

Summary: Chapter IX.1 Scientific Research On Contraception: The “Abuse-of-Power” Ethos This chapter aims to review some ethical aspects of clinical ...
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9.2 Scientific Research on Contraception: The “Zoological” Ethos

Summary: Chapter IX.2 Scientific Research On Contraception: Zoological Ethos Modern contraceptive research was conceived from the beginning as female contraception ...
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