Entries Tagged ‘Denmark’

Measles outbreak draws attention to aborted fetal cells in vaccines

jenny-mccarthy-vaccines-the-view_69447_990x742The issue†of childhood vaccinations provides a†rare meeting place for†liberals and conservatives.

There is†no shortage of progressives†like Robert Kennedy, Jr. who champion the anti-vaccination movement.

But there is also†a contingent of conservatives†who oppose it as well. As noted by†Vox:

They are by no means guided by a singular ideology. They may be the vaccine-hesistant Amish, vaccine-refusing Christian Scientists, Jenny McCarthy acolytes, granola crunchers who don’t want to put “unnatural” things in their kids’ bodies, or simply worried parents who delay immunizing their children.

And there are also†pro-lifers.

Until now pro-life opposition to vaccinations hasn’t gotten much airplay.

Journal of Public Health publishes study linking autism to vaccines made with aborted fetal cells

study linking autism to vaccines made with aborted fetal cells

I’ve written previously (here and here) about the possible connection between autism and vaccines made with aborted fetal cells.

Now, the September issue of the prestigious Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology†has published a study conducted by scientists at Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute†that shows an spike†in autism in country after country where vaccines using fetal cells from aborted babies have been†introduced.

Abortion clinics to pro-choice counter-protesters: Go away

Grayson Tina Haver pro-abortion signs unwanted

Abortion proponents and news outlets have recently enjoyed†publicizing the antics of pro-choice husband and wife “troll” team, Grayson and Tina Haver Currin, who began in March to hold off-putting signs next to those being held by pro-lifers at the†A Preferred Women’s Health Center abortion clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The couple’s attempt to make light of murdering babies even made international headlines, like in Denmark

Pro-life blog buzz 6-3-14

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Clinic Quotes reports the words of a Boston abortionist who acknowledges that her work as an abortionist does end lives… but for “good reasons”:

    I have the utmost respect for life; I appreciate that life starts early in the womb, but also believe that Iím ending it for good reasons. Often Iím saving the woman, or Iím improving the lives of the other children in the family. I also believe that women have a life they have to consider.If a woman is working full-time, has one child already, and is barely getting by, having another child that would financially push her to go on public assistance is going to lessen the quality of her life. And itís also an issue for the child, if it would not have had a good life. Lifeís hard enough when youíre wanted and everythingís prepared for. So yes, I end life, but even when itís hard, itís for a good reason.

Pro-life blog buzz 5-28-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life discusses an analysis on abortion’s effect on women, released at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, utilizing data from several countries:

    Documented complications include hemorrhage, infection, cervical damage, uterine perforation, pelvic disease and retained fetal or placental tissue. Large record-based studies from Finland, Denmark and the United States found that maternal mortality rates were significantly higher after abortion compared to childbirth.

    Long-term risks of abortion, including subsequent preterm birth, infertility, cancer, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and placenta previa, can substantially impede future reproductive success. In addition, abortion is associated with increased risk of negative psycho-social consequences. For example, a 2011 meta-analysis published in the British Journal of Psychiatry found an 81 percent increased risk of mental health problems. Anxiety, depression, alcohol and drug use and suicidal behaviors have been found to increase following abortion, along with damage to key relationships.

Pro-life blog buzz 2-26-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life discusses a newly released study using “detailed medical records from Denmark” which shows that women face a higher risk of death from abortion than childbirth.

Jivin J’s Life Links 8-22-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Margaret Somerville comments on “deselecting our children”: Here’s a recent Danish headline: “Plans to make Denmark a Down syndrome-free perfect society.” The Danes want to promote aborting fetuses with Down syndrome, so their society will be free of such people around 2030. One bioethicist describes it as a […]

Britain imports “U.S. style hardcore anti-abortion protesters”

On the heels of Rachel Maddow’s attempt last night to intimidate and silence pro-lifers, I thought I’d post the following to encourage pro-lifers to stay focused and stay the course. By our protests and prayer vigils outside abortion mills, we not only stave abortion in the U.S., we set an example for the rest of […]


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