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Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Yesterday we blogged about the new study published in last week's British Medical Journal that says that if you analyze a particular data set in a certain way, there's no evident link between abortion of an unwanted pregnancy and subsequent depression.

I figured that David Reardon would respond to this new analysis, saving me having to engage my brain, and that was right. David's response is now available here. Scroll down to the fifth rapid response. (The fourth one is also interesting.)

David's response is called, "Study fails to address our previous findings and subject to misinterpretation."

David excels in polite understatement.

See The ProWomanProLifer's blog response here.

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