• The separation of a mother from the fetus, whether by birth or by abortion, is more dangerous in the developing world than in developed countries because of poor general health care for women—particularly the lack of antibiotics, drugs to prevent hemorrhage, and clean facilities.
• We must use our resources to provide for all aspects of the health care needs of women and girls, rather than to legalize abortion and advance a “population control” agenda.
• We should strive to give women in the developing world access to the same standard of care that has been available to women in the developed world for decades— care that results in a healthy outcome for mother and child.
Does Legalizing Abortion Protect Women’s Health? (2009) National Right To Life Educational Trust Fund.