Study Shows Increased Risk of Pre-Term Birth Following Abortion

by Cassy Fiano

Pro-aborts like to claim that, because abortion is legal, it is therefore safe. The risks associated with abortions are hushed up, downplayed, or flat-out denied. Science and medicine, however, refuse to cooperate with the pro-abortion agenda, and the risks and after-effects associated with abortion continue to be brought to light.

There have been previous studies showing a link between abortion and pre-term birth. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at McGill University in Montreal has just released another one, proving yet again that this link between abortion and pre-term birth is, indeed, real.

Of the total of 17,916 women included in the study, 2276 (13%) had undergone one prior induced abortion, and 862 (5%) had undergone two or more prior induced abortions.

The researchers found that, on average, women who had one prior induced abortion were 45% more likely to have premature births by 32 weeks, 71% more likely to have premature births by 28 weeks, and 117% more likely to have premature births by 26 weeks.

The study also found that the risk of premature births increased in women who had more than one prior abortion.

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