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Countering Anti-Choice Misinformation and Harassment

#70 - Abortion and Breast Cancer - After evaluating current, reliable evidence on the subject, ARCC, in agreement with all reputable medical associations, believes there is no link between abortion and the development of breast cancer.

#71 - Abortion and the Hippocratic Oath - Anti-choice reliance on the Hippocratic Oath's supposed ban on abortion is based on a narrow and historically inaccurate understanding of the Oath.

#72 - Analyzing the Genocide Awareness Project - Describes the history and current examples of anti-choice display and distribution of graphic images that allegedly show aborted fetuses, sometimes in comparison to actual victims of genocide.

#73 - Anti-choice Violence and Harassment - Describes the history of anti-choice violence, with info on all incidents of murders, attempted murders, arsons, assaults, and other violence by "pro-life" activists in Canada and the U.S.

#74 - Safe Access Zones - Describes the laws and injunctions in place in Canada to protect patients, staff, and facilities from harassment and violence. Anti-choice protestors are not allowed around facilities that provide abortions.

#75 - Anti-abortion "Counselling" Agencies - Many agencies that counsel pregnant women are actually anti-abortion Christian ministries. Their main goal is to stop women from having abortions.

#76 - Anti-choice Research on “Dangers” of AbortionAnti-choice groups are biased because they fail to list the positives of abortion and the negatives of childbirth. They never quantify the risks of abortion to explain how rare they are, and they arrive at false conclusions using flawed research.

#77 - Psychological After-effects of AbortionHigh-quality studies show that women and transgender people who have abortions are not at increased risk of negative psychological effects due to having an abortion. Anti-choice propaganda to the contrary is based on B.A.D science (biased, agenda-driven).

#80 - Why Anti-choice Groups Should Not Have Charitable Tax Status - About 192 anti-abortion groups in Canada have charitable tax status. This paper lays out all the reasons their charitable tax status should be revoked.

#81 - Anti-choice Violence vs. "Pro-choice Violence" - Anti-choice people sometimes claim that pro-choice people are violent. This paper shows why alleged "pro-choice violence" is a propaganda tool that has nothing in common with anti-choice terrorism.

#82 - Anti-Choice “Crisis Pregnancy Centres” Should Not Be Charities - The mission and activities of anti-choice counselling agencies are inherently political and biased, and should therefore be disqualified from charitable status.

#83 - "Crisis Pregnancy Centres” and Sonography: Their non-medical use of ultrasound requires regulation - CPCs use non-medical ultrasounds as an opportunity to manipulate women into continuing with their pregnancies, but this can cause serious harm. Non-medical use of ultrasound should be better regulated or prohibited.