Spain: Nearly 80 Percent Of Pregnant Teens Choose Not To Abort

"Nearly 80 percent of pregnant teenage girls in Spain choose to continue their pregnancies when they receive the necessary support and counseling, reported the Red Madre Foundation.

The director of the foundation, Carmina Garcia-Valdes, told reporters that since Spain's new abortion law took effect one year ago, there has been a 45 percent increase in the number of teenage girls who have sought her organization's assistance.

The foundation has helped more than 6,000 women choose life since it was founded in 2007."
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