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Population Research Institute denounces new strategy to spread abortion in Latin America
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.- In its new bulletin in Spanish, the Population Research Institute will unmask a new strategy by pro-abortion forces to change laws in Latin America that protect human life.  The report outlines a “systematic and international strategy” designed to “introduce abortion into countries where it is illegal.”

The new strategy consists in “promoting the consumption of a drug that initiates the abortion process in order to later finish it under the pretext of medical care for an incomplete abortion.”  Pro-abortion forces aim to provide “counseling” for pregnant women at risk for abortion, but the real intention is to teach them how to use abortifacient drugs.

“Therefore this type of ‘guidance’ is nothing other than manipulation, as the choice they are presenting is the one they have already decided on for these women from the beginning,” the report warns.  It points to documented cases at the Pereyra Rosell Hospital in Montevideo and the anti-life NGO BenFam in Brazil.

The full report can be read at:
http://www.lapop.org/boletin/mail56/boletin56.html

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October 23, 2014

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