AAPLOG objection to inclusion of "Universal Access to Reproductive Healthcare" as a part of MDG 5-Letter to UN High Commissioner on Human Rights

AAPLOG-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PRO-LIFE OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 339 River Ave, Holland, MI 49423 USA Website: www.aaplog.org Telephone: (616) 546-2639 Email: prolifeob@aol.com November 27, 2009 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights United Nations Office at Geneva CH 1211 Geneva 10 Attn: Cecilia Moeller Dear Commissioner: The American Association of Pro-Life [...]

By | November 28th, 2009|News|Comments Off on AAPLOG objection to inclusion of "Universal Access to Reproductive Healthcare" as a part of MDG 5-Letter to UN High Commissioner on Human Rights

Removing the Roadblocks From Achieving MDG 5 by Improving the Data on Maternal Mortalit

How Faulty Definitions of "Abortion,", "Safe Abortion," and "Unsafe Abortion" in Reproductive Health Indicators for Global Monitoring Lead to Miscalculating the Causes of Maternal Mortality. 20090514_Removing_the_Roadblock

By | May 16th, 2009|News|Comments Off on Removing the Roadblocks From Achieving MDG 5 by Improving the Data on Maternal Mortalit

Induced abortion and maternal suicide

THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PROLIFE OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS ABORTION AND SUICIDE SUICIDE ATTEMPTS ASSOCIATED WITH INDUCED ABORTION References: Garfinkle, B., et. al., “Stress, Depression, and Suicide: A study of Adolescents in Minnesota” (Minneapolis: Univ Minnesota Extension Service, 1986): Teens are generally at a higher risk for both suicide and abortion. In a survey of teenaged girls, researchers at U. [...]

By | December 17th, 2008|Induced Abortion and Maternal Mortality, News|Comments Off on Induced abortion and maternal suicide