We checked to see if abortion patients who support abortion restrictions believe the widespread "misinformation" about the risks about abortion.
Conclusion: these women did believe there are greater risks to abortion than we think there are.
A purely ideological study. They want to stigmatize people who do not think like them.
Of course they are hardcore pro-aborts. No conflict of interest there what-so-ever.
It's not about medicine. It's about politics. I'm fine with studying politics, but don't pretend it's a medical study.
Just saw this:
Virtually the same type of study was publised in the journal Contraception.
The common link is L. Littman, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York NY.
Doesn't that sound strange to you? It's really one study project split into two. In the first study, there was a sample of 978 completed questionnaires. In the Contraception study, 67 women completed the survey.