May 7, 2020
ER personnel, struggling to meet the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic, will be strained to provide care to women hemorrhaging from abortive pills.
May 5, 2020
WHO’s biggest mistake—one which has cost millions of infections and deaths–was taking China’s word that there was no human-to-human transmission.
March 31, 2020
The leaders of the Chinese Communist Party have a lot to answer for. Clearly, it was the CCP’s coverup and incompetence that first allowed the Wuhan virus to reach epidemic proportions in China, and then spread around the world. A congressional resolution authored by Representative Jim Banks (R-Ind.) condemns China for these misdeeds. It should be an easy vote.
March 30, 2020
Steven Mosher will discuss the huge shipments of funeral urns being sent to funeral homes in Wuhan and the surrounding areas. The Chinese Communist Party ordered everyone cremated, and there were apparently tens of thousands of cremations. One estimate puts the number of deaths at 40,000. That doesn’t include the deaths in other cities.
May 17, 2018
The World Health Organization (WHO) has long promoted abortion under the premise of health. The WHO has long claimed that legalized abortion is crucial to reducing the prevalence of “unsafe abortion.” For years, the WHO has published clinical handbooks and guidelines instructing health care workers how to perform abortions up to 12 weeks and beyond. For over a decade and half, the WHO has issued policy guidances providing policy makers with recommendations for how to …
May 16, 2017
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of State announced that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has approved of the new implementing guidelines for the Mexico City Policy recently reinstated by President Trump earlier this year. The State Department has retitled the policy, calling it the “Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance” policy. The new implementing guidelines come after President Donald Trump issued a presidential memorandum on January 23rd, 2017 reinstating the Mexico City Policy, a U.S. Government …
April 20, 2017
Since 1991, numerous studies have shown that injectable contraceptives like Depo-Provera may increase women’s risk of contracting HIV. The World Health Organization (WHO) has now changed its recommendations on certain injectable contraceptives in light of mounting evidence and increasing concern. A new guidance statement recently released by the WHO has moved progestogen-only injectable contraceptives from category 1 to category 2 for women at high risk of contracting HIV. A meta-analytical study sponsored by the Population …
September 7, 2016
Updated January 1, 2019 The Issue Injectable contraceptives like Depo-Provera increase the risk of HIV transmission. A recent meta-analysis conducted in collaboration with the Population Research Institute reviewed a total of 24 studies published in peer-reviewed journals and found a significant increased risk of acquiring HIV when using Depo-Provera and other injectables. Injectable contraceptives are commonly used worldwide, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa where the prevalence of HIV remains high. International aid programs that are providing …