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Planned Parenthood’s year: More abortions, more taxpayer subsidies, fewer health services

After months of anticipation, Planned Parenthood finally released its 2015-2016 annual report to the public this week ….

PP“Planned Parenthood’s new report reveals that abortions, taxpayer funding, and profit have all gone up. Meanwhile its cancer screenings, basic breast exams, prenatal services, and even customers have decreased,” Arina Grossu, the director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council, said in a statement.

Planned Parenthood maintains that the federal funds its receives is not used for abortions but to provide cancer screenings, contraception and other health services. However, the data in the newly released annual report shows that the abortion giant served 100,000 fewer women in 2015-2016 than it did in the previous reporting period.

The report shows that Planned Parenthood also performed fewer breast examinations, HPV vaccinations, colposcopy and cryotherapy procedures, vasectomies, female sterilization procedures, pap tests and cancer screenings.

“Planned Parenthood’s new report reveals that abortions, taxpayer funding, and profit have all gone up. Meanwhile its cancer screenings, basic breast exams, prenatal services, and even customers have decreased,” Arina Grossu, the director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council, said in a statement.

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