Doing away with Title X would lead to more unintended pregnancies because women 's access to affordable birth control would be cut off. Not only would their access to affordable birth control be cut off, but also their access to STI testing and treatments, and their access to life-saving cervical and breast cancer
But not all tumors are life-threatening. Experts say doctors can’t tell which breast tumors are harmless; so many mammograms produce a “false positive”. These false results can cause women to have surgery, radiation and other unnecessary treatments. Despite the new changes, the American Cancer Society says it’s still important for a woman to talk with her doctor about her risk, and decide what’s best for her health. If she decides to get a mammogram between the ages of 40-44, can still get one, and women older than 55 can still get one every year.
Sanger was born into a large family of eleven children. Margaret spent her life creating some kind of method to help women manage the amount of children they wanted to have. Her mother died at an early age because of bearing too many children and having several miscarriages (The Pill). Many women suffered because of unwanted pregnancies. Some could not afford abortions, so they would go and get it done illegally, which was called, “five dollar back alley abortions” (The Pill).
If Kinsley didn 't have the option for free birth control, she would end up with more children that she can afford (Kinsley B.). Birth control should continue to be given out for free to help health problems, accidental pregnancies, and abortion rates. First of all, if birth control is given out for free, it will help with women 's health issues. Birth control helps with all women 's acne problems, it will clear up their faces on the daily use of the pill (Fetters). If you take birth control daily, it will help with your PMS (mood swings) (Fetters).
Vaccine or no vaccine? Should people more importantly kids be vaccinated against disease such as mumps, measles, and rubella or would that hurt and make the child sick? This is a much debated question. Getting the vaccine would help the kid a lot by protecting him/her against many crucial and deadly diseases, but not getting vaccinated would not make the child sick from what could occur after the vaccine but, leaves the child at a huge risk. This is an important question because it lets everyone see both sides of the story, and educate many people on what would happen with and without taking the vaccine.
Again many of the patients and democrats are scared that many people would lose the health care they receive if Planned Parenthood is defunded again not thinking about the abortion allegations. With the defunding of Planned Parenthood the government is able to save money. Steven Ertelt wrote in his article that a congressional report shows that defunding Planned Parenthood clinics for 1 year can save the federal government $235 million (Ertelt). The defunding of Planned Parenthood would be beneficial in general to the government because they are able to save millions of dollar within one year. Even though it is believed that it would cost money to defund Planned Parenthood there is a report showing how much can be saved easily by even defunding for one
Public Breastfeeding: Stop censoring motherhood! Out of all of the decisions mothers have to make for their children, the choice to breastfeed is one of the most supported by medical organizations. The American Academy of Pediatricians released in their policy statement that “there are very few reasons not to breastfeed. Mothers make good healthy milk even if their diets are not full of nutritious foods” (“Breastfeeding and…”). While breastfeeding, also referred to as nursing is widely supported in many aspects of medicine and our government; that is not the case of doing so in public.
Greely is credible since he does have a child with CF, and knows the difficulties of caring for a child with a disease. Parents who have a child with CF can relate to Greely, and find him very credible. In the In the article, “Prenatal Genetic Testing Promotes Abortion”, written by Hank Greely, head of Stanford 's center for Law and biosciences, he claims that prenatal testing will only help “eliminate children that are believe too costly for society”. This is an overgeneralization, and he does not include any statistics to how much a child with a disability can cost. He also states that abortions “will be viewed as a way to save money.” This is an overgeneralized, and oversimplifying claim.
Right now 58 organ procurement organizations (OPOs) and 261 transplant centers are in the world, making not much that can keep people from becoming an organ donor (Success Rates of Transplants). If thought of it as a donors friend or family member needing an organ that they have they might think twice about their decision before saying no. Submitting to more than one hospital for organ donation gives a higher chance of saving one or many
This includes abortions, birth control, STD/STI treatment, sexual education, pregnancy help, and overall health and wellness. Many are against the organization because it is commonly associated with the abortions it performs, but it has a lot more to offer as stated in the former. The federal government mostly funds Planned Parenthood through Medicaid Reimbursements, but many want to end this because of the abortion issue. I believe that the federal government should fund Planned Parenthood because they provide a plethora of services that are beneficial to all women, and even men. To define the organization would strip away sexual education, and easily accessible sexual health care for millions of Americans which are detrimental.