Planned Parenthood’s annual report, typically slated for release in December or January of each year, was finally released this week.
The 2015-2016 report shows that while the number of abortions increased, the number of breast exams, prenatal services, contraception services, cancer screenings, and prevention services decreased.
The report verifies what we already know—that Planned Parenthood’s main business is providing abortions and does not offer sufficient health services to women to be creditably viewed as a comprehensive health care provider. The report gives credence to the fact that the abortion giant does not need government funding for the sake of making women’s health services available.
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