Wednesday, March 30, 2016

The CDC is not recording stats for abortions according to NCHS; written by Gloria Poole,RN, artist; Missouri

"Labor to keep alive in your heart that little spark of celestial fire called conscience". George Washington

The scripture I want you to remember to keep alive the spark of conscience is "thou shalt not kill" Exodus 20:13, KJV. And also, "Even so, it is not the will of your FATHER [GOD] which is in heaven that one of these little ones should perish. " Matthew 18:14, KJV.

This is a medical photo of a human embryo in the amniotic sac.

Dr. Jim Belyeu, a pro-life OB-GYN, testified in support of the bill on Wednesday, saying that the unborn child is a “totally separate” entity from the mother."

The point I am making with this post is that as I stated before, the numbers of abortions are not being recorded by the Center for Disease Control [CDC] that I could find nor by the National Center for Health Statistics. The reasons that is significant are:

1) It is a violation of state laws.

2) It gives false statistics on "fetal deaths".

3) It gives no clue to legislators of the enormity of the problem of "legal abortion".

4) It is a politically motivated decision with no bearing on truth or what is good for the continuity of the US.

5) It deceives as to the extent of depopulation of America.

I am quoting my sources:

National Center for Health Statistics: : and under section mortality at " Defines: Fetal death: Death prior to delivery of a product of human conception, irrespective of the duration of pregnancy, and which is not an induced termination of pregnancy" thus totally omitting from the counts elective terminations of pregnancy. "Fetal death refers to the spontaneous intrauterine death of a fetus at any time during pregnancy. Fetal deaths later in pregnancy (at 20 weeks of gestation or more, or 28 weeks or more, for example) are also sometimes referred to as stillbirths. In the United States, State laws require the reporting of fetal deaths, and Federal law mandates national collection and publication of fetal death data. Most states report fetal deaths of 20 weeks of gestation or more and/or 350 grams birthweight. However, a few states report fetal deaths for all periods of gestation. Fetal death data is published annually by the National Center for Health Statistics, in reports and as individual-record data file" ... Data sources and methods This report contains data from the 2000–2012 Fetal Death Data Files, the 2006–2011 Linked Birth/Infant Death Data Sets, and the 2000–2012 Birth Data Files, NVSS. The Fetal Death Data Files contain information from all Reports of Fetal Death filed in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and selected U.S. territories. Although reporting requirements for fetal deaths vary somewhat by state, fetal mortality rates from NVSS generally represent fetal deaths at 20 weeks of gestation or more (2,5). Fetal death data from NVSS are available by a wide range of maternal and infant characteristics (5). The Linked Birth/Infant Death Data Sets provide information on infant deaths and live births in the United States (3). The Birth Data Files provide information on the live births by gestational age and race and Hispanic origin (1). The number of births used to calculate rates in this report is from the birth file of the respective year. Fetal Death, Linked Birth/Infant Death, and Birth data sets are available from Vital Statistics Online." For more information :

Division of Vital Statistics

National Center for Health Statistics

3311 Toledo Rd

Hyattsville, MD 20782-2064

1 (800) 232-4636

I write as a Registered Nurse on the prolife, personhood topic often. I create blogs to teach the public about the issues. This is one of those blogs. The other blogs I create/own for the purpose of advancing the personhood for all cause are: article I wrote "From embryo to fetus"

Also please see these blogs on different topics: multi-language commandments translated by Google;about the LIVING LORD JESUS.

Medical textbooks you can utilize to teach yourself medical knowledge of human life, pregnancy, delivery, medical care of those in womb, neonatalogy, complications --all aspects of human life.

1) Early Pregnancy

2) Fetal Therapy by Mark Kilby,Anthony Johnson,Dick Oepkes

3) Obstetrics and Intrapartum Emergencies by Edward Chandrahara,and Sabaratnam Arulkumaran

4) Analgesia,Anesthesia and Pregnancy by Steve Yentis and Surbhi Malhotra

5) Pregnancy after Assisted Reproductive Technology by Eric Jauniaux and Botros Rizk

6) Atlas of Oocytes, Zygotes and Embryoes in Reproductive Medicine by Marc Van den Bergh and Thomas Ebner,and Kay Elder

7) Infertility Counseling by Sharon Covington and Linda Hammer Burns

8) Ectopic Pregnancy by Isabel Stabile

9) Gametes by J.G. Grudzinskas and J.L. Yovich

10) GenEthics by Kurt Bayertz and Susan L Kirkby, and H Tristam Englehardt,Jr

11) Prenatal Care by Marie McCormick and Joanne Siegel

12) Ethical issues in Maternal -Fetal Medicine by Donna Dickenson

13) Preterm Labour by Jane Norman and Ian Greer

14) The Fetal Matrix by Peter Gluckman & Mark Hanson

15) Environmental impacts on Reproductive Health and Fertility by Tracey Woodruff, Sarah Janssen,Louis Guillette,Jr, and Linda Giudice

16) Biology and Pathology of the Oocyte by Alan O Trounson and Roger G Gosden

17) Biology and Pathology of the Trophoblast by Ashley Moffett, Charlie and Lake and Anne McLaren

18) The Sperm Cell by Christopher J De Jonge and Christopher Bartlett

19) Infertility and Assisted Reproduction by R Botros, M B Rizk, Juan Garcia_-Velasco,Hassan Sallam and Antonis Makrigiannakis

20) The Healthy Embryo by Jeff Nisker, Francoise Baylis, Isabel Karpin,Carolyn McLeod, Roxanne Mykitiuk

21) Gametes--The Oocyte by J. G. Grudzinskas and J.L. Yovich

22) Textbook of Clinical Embryology by Kevin Coward and Dagan Wells

23) Handbook of Human Oocyte Cryopreservation by Eleonora Porcu and Patrizia Ciottis, and Stefano Venturoli

24) Neonatalogy by Richard A Polin and John M Lorenz

25) Handbook of Obstetric Medicine by Catherine Nelson-Piercy

26) High Risk Pregnancy--Management Options by Phillip J Steer, Carl Weiner, Bernard Gonik, Caroline Crowther, and Stephanie Robson

27) Dewhurst's Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology by Keith Edmunds

28) Contemporary Maternal-Newborn Nursing Care by Patricia Ladewig, Marcia London and Michele Davidson

29) Childbearing: A Nursing Perspective by Ann Clark and Dyanne Alfonso

30) Maternity Nursing by Dietra Leonard Lowdermilk and Shannon Perry

plus many,many more.

Added 3 to this list on 24 Feb 2016

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