Kvinnuheilsa

BEST PRACTISES FOR MATERNAL HEALTH CARE IN AFRICA - 2016
Organized by the Permanent Mission of the Holy See to the UN. (1.hr) 
http://webtv.un.org/watch/best-practices-for-maternal-health-care-in-africa-csw60-side-event/4807036245001

Panelist Dr. Robert Walley, founder of the Canada-basedMaterCare International, pointed out that 91 percent of maternal deaths occur in "the last three months of pregnancy, during labor and delivery,” or shortly afterwards.


"Abortion and birth control are irrelevant.” Yet the "only solution being offered is, if a mother wants to stay alive, she’s got to kill her baby,” he said. "That’s outrageous.”







MEXICO STUDY, 2015
Abortion supporters commonly argue that restrictive abortion laws lead to higher maternal mortality rates. But a revealing new study conducted by the MELISA Institute and published last month in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has firmly debunked this common pro-abortion argument.Over a 10 year period, the MELISA Institute teamed up with an international panel of researchers to examine the maternal mortality rate in 32 Mexican states. 

Eighteen of the states have personhood laws protecting unborn life in all circumstances, while fourteen of them had more lenient laws.The goal of the study was to determine the impact of abortion legislation on maternal mortality. What may be shocking to some readers is that the Mexican states with personhood laws prohibiting abortion showed "23% lower overall maternal mortality and up to 47% lower mortality from complications of abortions.


MEIRA UPPLÝSING HAR: 
Abortion Supporters Are Irate About This New Scientific Study Debunking Their Claims
http://prolife.buzz/2015/03/21/abortion-supporters-are-irate-about-this-study/

Study finds better maternal health with less permissive abortion laws
http://www.melisainstitute.com/pr-18022015-english.html

Author Commentary - Melisa Institute (7.mins)
(click on "settings" for English subtitles)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WjKZ3Rmn8k






CHILE STUDY, 2014
Chile er det levende eksperiment, der viser, at abortforbud og kvindesundhed fint forenes. 

''Kvinder dør, når de ikke har fri adgang til abort'', hører man igen og igen. Dogmet skal legitimere det kraftige politiske abort-pres, der lægges fra vestlig side på tredjeverdens lande, der har brug for nødhjælp. Men nu kan ny forskning fra Melisa Institute dokumentere - på baggrund af en unik sundhedsdatabase i Chile - at dette ikke passer. Grafik om mødredødelighed i Chile. Malisa InstituteDa Chile fik fri abort i 1931, steg mødredødeligheden dramatisk i løbet af få år til 989,2 pr. 100.000 fødsler for herefter at falde jævnt. Da Chile i 1989 afskaffede fri abort, var dødeligheden således faldet til 10,8 pr. 100.000 fødsler, men i løbet af de næste 20 år med restriktiv abortlov faldt den yderligere til 0,39 pr. 100.000 fødsler. Forskerne fandt, at den enkeltårsag, der havde størst indflydelse på kvindernes helbred, var deres adgang til uddannelse. (Retten til liv, uge 10, 2015)





MEIRA UPPLÝSING HAR:
The epidemiology of abortion and its prevention in Chile,
Elard Koch, MPH. Epidemiologist, Director of Research. 
Center of Experimental Embryonic Medicine and Maternal Health. 
MELISA Institute, Concepción, Chile.
http://www.melisainstitute.com/uploads/1/2/3/9/12398427/koch_2014_rev_chil_obstet_79_5_351_en2.pdf






IRELAND, UN REPORT ON MATERNAL MORTALITY, 2007 and 2012
Ireland, one of the safest places in the world to have a baby - without abortion!  


ZV_SafestPlace - The UN says Ireland is one of...



MEIRA UPPLÝSING HAR:
Ireland´s position - Life Zone
http://www.prolifeinfo.ie/women/medical-matters/irelands-position/

Abortion never saves a woman´s life - Life Institute
http://www.thelifeinstitute.net/current-projects/abortion-never-saves-a-life/


"Over the 40 years of legalized abortion in the UK there has been a consistent pattern in which higher abortion rates have run parallel to higher incidence of stillbirths, premature births, low birth-weight neonates, cerebral palsy, and maternal deaths as sequelae of abortion. In contrast, both Irish jurisdictions consistently display lower rates of all morbidities and mortality associated with legalized abortion. Women, women’s health policy advocates, and national health systems ought to take careful note of these adverse ecological findings as a result of 40 years of legalized abortion in the UK compared with abortion free Ireland."

MATERNAL AND NEONATAL HEALTH AND ABORTION: 
40-YEAR TRENDS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 2013
http://www.jpands.org/vol18no2/calhoun.pdf






THE DUBLIN DECLARATION 2012 

(á 18 málum) -  Meira enn 1000 serlæknar og onnur hava skivað undir! 

http://www.dublindeclaration.com/



AAPLOG 

American Association of Prolife Obstetricians and Gynecologists (2,500 members)

http://www.aaplog.org/about-2/



Conversation with a Former Abortionist
Is Abortion ever medically necessary? (6.min)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysl1tRnk-ig