Pregnancy: Law, Health, and Dangers Main Page
for the Improvement of Maternity Services
This site was created to help pregnant women be more aware of their right to demand critical information before making a
decision regarding the risks of drugs and procedures frequently used in maternity care.
American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists -
Over 2,500 members and associates, whose purpose is to reaffirm the unique value and dignity of individual human life
in all stages of growth and development from fertilization onward. They are recognized by the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) as a special interest group within the College.
Center for Worklife Law at the Hastings College of Law
National Advocates for Pregnant Women
US Government website hosted by the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, reviews types of pregnancy discrimination
types, laws, regulations and general guidance
Reproductive Research Audit
Website reviews “methodology of scientific studies on reproductive health issues.”
The World Expert Consortium for Abortion Research and Education (WECARE)
WECARE brings together credentialed scientists with a research
program on the physical, psychological, and/or relational effects of abortion to engage in international research collaboration,
scientific information dissemination, professional education, and legal consultation. By adopting a non-religious, non-partisan
approach to understanding the implications of abortion, WECARE exists to enhance the quality of information, develop strategies
for effectively transmitting research findings, and to break down barriers to evidence-based medicine.
The Human Family Research Center