Why Abortion Is Morally Wrong

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Did you know that about one unborn child dies every twenty-four seconds? That is roughly a hundred fifty-five babies per hour, and those numbers are drastically growing. By those statistics around seven unborn, innocent children will have died by the time you finish my essay. Is it really the place of humans to decide if another life deserves to live, or die? Or are we just playing God? Each unborn child has a unique and unrepeatable genetic code that is distinct in all characteristics. As you read this paper we will uncover the social and religious reasons of why abortion is totally unethical and morally wrong.
Abortion was legalized in 1973, and since then three hundred and forty-seven women have died due to complications during the procedures.
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When affect you observe a D&E (Dilation and Evacuation) procedure you can literally see the unborn fetus retracting from the instruments of its damnation (Slick Matt). That young unimpressionable fetus is literally fighting for its life. Pro abortionist may argue that a fetus can’t think, can’t reason, it’s unyielding in nature. But can a man in a coma think? Can he reason? So why is it that he’s treated like a human being, but the fetus isn’t? It’s those bigoted ideals that cause more harm than …show more content…
Breast cancer is the second common cancer found in women, the first is skin cancer. According to the American Cancer Society in 2015 two-hundred thirty one thousand eight hundred and forty women were found and diagnosed with breast cancer. Unfortunately forty thousand two hundred ninety women will succumb to this devastating disease. According to studies induced abortion is only increasing your likelihood of getting this horrible disease. If an abortion occurs before a woman’s third trimester it causes her breast to be left with undifferentiated cells. These undifferentiated cells are more likely to turn into cancer producing cells. Researchers at Howard have found out that women over the age of fifty were about five times more likely to develop breast cancer compared to women who haven’t had an abortion. Research has also proved that breastfeeding reduces a woman’s risk of breast

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