The deVeber Institute – Abortion Statistics impacting health care for women.
Doctors to Doctors was produced by the deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Rearch.
This is a remarkable clip providing valuable insights for doctors regarding the incidence of abortion trauma statistically and an explanation for the concerning under-reporting of induced abortion complications.
Establishing a case for causality in the psychological effects of abortion, requires comprehensive longitudinal record linkage studies by non-partisan researchers, willing to explore data truthfully and accurately to ensure the best health outcomes for women.
Doctors will often lament to us, that it is ‘professional suicide’ to discuss induced abortion complications. They report feeling isolated and unable to adequately support their patients in a politically charged environment that hampers awareness and understanding on the issue.
The message of HOPE – it is getting better!! The prevalence of abortion trauma in the community (1 in 3 women having abortion), is becoming difficult to ignore. The tide is turning as the suffering required support and the supporters require information and tools to help them.
For additional information and resources, please contact the deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research.