(FamilyConservationPAC.com) – Abortions accounted for more deaths than all other causes of death in 2022.
Worldometer figures, which provide a sobering reminder of the pervasiveness of abortion, show that there were more than 73 million abortions performed globally in 2023.
The independent website obtains data from many agencies and governments, which it then publishes with projections and estimates derived from the figures.
Worldometers derives its daily abortion statistics from a World Health Organization fact sheet, which projects an even higher annual abortion rate.
According to the WHO, “about 73 million induced abortions take place worldwide each year.”
In the U.S., abortion is the primary cause of mortality as well.
There are 1,500 to 2,500 abortions performed daily in the United States, where 40% of unexpected pregnancies are ended by abortion, and roughly 30% of pregnancies are unwanted.
Except for miscarriages, about 20% of all pregnancies in the USA result in an abortion.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, 930,160 abortions were carried out in the U.S. in 2020, or 14.4 per 1,000 women, according to Worldometers data.
When comparing the number of abortions to other causes of mortality, such as traffic accidents, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and suicide, the number of abortions greatly exceeded all other causes.
In comparison, 10 million deaths from cancer, 6.2 million from smoking, 17 million from illness, and 2 million from HIV/AIDS are predicted for 2023.
Alcohol and malaria-related deaths are also documented.
Abortions were responsible for about 52% of all deaths worldwide in 2018, with 67.1 million deaths coming from reasons other than abortion and 140 million deaths overall from abortion and other causes.
Even though biology shows that unborn children are distinct, live human beings from the moment of conception and that abortion causes terrible, violent deaths, unborn children are not acknowledged as human beings.
Though the quantity of abortions is unfathomable, each of the 73 million abortions performed globally in 2022 symbolizes a live human being whose life was forcibly taken from them in the womb of their mother.
Every fetus already has a different genetic makeup, setting them apart from their mother.
The child’s height, gender, eye and hair colors, potential hereditary illnesses, additional infirmities, and a host of other details were all revealed by the DNA test. Most of the time, the unborn children’s hearts are still beating at the time of the abortion.
Annually, less than one million newborns are aborted in the United States.
Despite a decline in the last ten years, abortion continues to be the most significant cause of death in the United States.
Since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, an estimated 65 million unborn children have died in abortions performed in the United States.
Pro-life activists will assemble in Washington, D.C., in January for the annual March for Life, marking the anniversary of that historic ruling and demanding the restoration of the unborn’s protections.
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