Dr. David Ferguson is self-defined as pro-abortion and nonreligious. He directed a study – the largest of its kind in the world – of abortion’s impact on women with the goal of showing it did not increase mental health problems. He was quite surprised by his findings which he called “very robust” and was discouraged from publishing them. But he felt that would be “scientific irresponsibility.” Here’s why. Ferguson’s research showed 42% of women who have an abortion experience major depression, nearly double the rate of those who never got pregnant. They are twice as like to abuse alcohol, three times more likely to be addicted to illegal substances and twice at risk for experiencing anxiety disorders. More clear evidence abortion hurts women.
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