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In Answer to a Comment About an Earlier Post

September 30, 2009

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1 COMMENTS: Juan O’Callahan said…in answer to two comments (on CREATIVEMINORITYREPORT site &BigBlueWave) about an earlier cccf.wordpress post regarding the real number of Late-Term D&E Abortions. Yes it is true. Continued research into the numbers provided by the CDC and California Dept of Human Services MediCal, as well as analysis of past data for states […]

Presentation Outline for CT Catholic Men’s Conference, 10/03/09, Wallingford

September 30, 2009

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A cccf Mini-Quiz on U.S. Annual L-T D&E What is Late-Term D&E? Same as Late-Term D&X Partial Birth Abortion; except procedure (Dilation & Evacuation) is to dismember/strip the 21-plus-week viable baby in the womb, then evacuate the parts by suction. Why is L-T D&E Legal, While L-T D&X is Not? The American public was not […]

Inevitable that a National Healthcare Reform Bill will Mandate Abortion Coverage

September 19, 2009

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If over one third of current abortions in California are covered and paid for by Medi-Cal (state medicaid), in spite of federal prohibition of national medicaid or other funding, it seems obvious that any new “National Healthcare Act” bill will include the coverage of all abortions, including the horrific D&E Dismemberment procedure carried out at […]

Summary Headings of Research Articles Covered Below

September 10, 2009

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NEARLY A THIRD OF CALIFORNIA’S 300,000 ABORTIONS A YEAR ARE TAXPAYER FUNDED UK MRC STUDIES SHOW DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT IN SURVIVABILITY OF 22-25-WEEKS’ PREEMIES LATE-TERM (21-WEEKS-PLUS) D&E POST-VIABILITY ABORTIONS ARE OVER 1.5% OF ALL ABORTIONS PEW RESEARCH FINDS NEARLY 50% OF CATHOLICS ARE IN FAVOR OF ABORTION COMPARISON OF D&X (PARTIAL BIRTH) AND D&E (DISMEMBERING) IN […]

Results of Epicure 2 Study (UK Medical Research Council) Show Dramatic Improvement in Survivability of Extremely Premature Babies 22 to 25 Weeks Gestational Age

September 6, 2009

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The UK EPICure Studies were initiated in 1995 to examine the chances of survival and subsequent health status of extremely-premature babies born in the United Kingdom and Ireland at 25 weeks gestational age and under. ¬†EPICure 1 Study was conducted in 1995: ¬†EPICure 2 Study was conducted in 2006 (in England only). ¬†Professor Kate Costeloe […]