Descriptions of the several methods of abortion.
An educational overview of
A discussion of abortion in the cases of rape and incest.
Risk to Avoid
An educational overview of studies which link abortion to an increased risk of developing breast cancer.
Abortion and Vaccines
Detailed research by several prolife groups has provided direct proof of a connection between aborted fetal tissue and most vaccines. That connection, and its complicated implications are considered.
A list and explanation of Roe v. Wade, Doe v. Bolton and all other prominent court cases that involve abortion.
Abortion data shows long-term decrease
National and Michigan show an encouraging trend of decreasing abortions. In Michigan, there were 27,629 reported abortions in 2014, down 43.7 percent from their high in 1987. Nationally there were an estimated 1,058,500 abortions in 2011, down 34.2 percent from their high in 1990.
NATIONAL AND MICHIGAN ABORTION STATISTICS
Abortion Fact Sheets
The following fact sheets cover a range of issues that deal with abortion. These factsheets are free for download and copying.
Fast Facts on Abortion
Abortions Since Roe v. Wade in 1973
Comparing Abortion to Deaths in War
Comparing Abortion to MI Causes of Death
Abortions in the Black Community
Abortions in the Hispanic Community
Abortion and Disabilities
Economic Impact of Abortion
Abortion Leaves Families Heartbroken
Planned Parenthood and Abortion
Girl Scouts and Abortion
Susan G. Komen and Planned Parenthood
Do You Know Doe v. Bolton?
RU-486 abortion dangers reported
The Food and Drug Administration released an "adverse event summary" for the abortion drug mifepristone, also known as RU-486. The report indicates that 14 women in the United States have died after taking the abortion drug as of 2011. The report also notes that there were 2,207 adverse events (or complications), 612 hospitalizations, and 339 cases of where women experienced so much blood loss, they required blood transfusions. MORE
Red flags surround FDA approval of ella
On August 13, 2010, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug called “ella” (also known as ulipristal acetate) for use as a emergency contraceptive. Prolife groups are concerned ella doesn’t act solely by preventing ovulation but also acts by preventing a human embryo from implanting in a mother's womb. MORE
Abortion/breast cancer link is real yet largely ignored
Induced abortion is only one of the risk factors for the illness. However, it is the most preventable risk factor for breast cancer. This preventable factor is what women deserve to know. Help spread the word with our LifeNotes fact sheet A Risk to Avoid.
The Reality of Abortion
Photos depicting fetal development and the reality of abortion. WARNING!!! THESE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE EXTREMELY GRAPHIC
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services 2014 - Abortions Reported in Michigan
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services 2014 -
Abortions by County of Residence
Michigan Listing of Help Agencies
RLM maintains a list of Michigan pregnancy care centers, post abortive counselors and adoption service agencies alphabetized by city.
GO TO LIST
Legislation on Abortion
A comprehensive directory of prolife laws in Michigan.
If they say . . . You say . . .
A prolifer's guide to discussing abortion with people who are in favor of legal abortion.
Abortion in the Polls
Public opinion polls have consistently shown little support for the current legality of abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy. A majority of Americans think abortion is morally wrong.
Do You Know Doe?
Many people think they know what Roe v. Wade did but if you don't know Doe, you can't know Roe. Learn more about Roe v. Wade's companion case Doe v. Bolton.