04 Abortion: Number per Year

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≈800K abortions per year (≈12K late term) should be cause for concern, no matter which side you're on.

The scale of abortion is sickening: ≈800K per year, or twice as many American deaths as WWII. Late term abortions (defined as >20 weeks) runs about 12K per year, or roughly twice as many American deaths as Afghanistan and Iraq wars combined. 25% of all Women will have one: 44% of them will have two, and half of those will be on a third or greater. These don't count over-the-counter abortifacients, like the "Day After" pill. Too many women are using abortion as birth control.


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