What’s the most common reason for an abortion?

The Jerusalem Times published a story on Saturday titled “What’s the Most Common Reason for an Abortion?”

The headline was an interesting one.

The article reported that of the 17 million abortions performed in the U.S. in 2016, a staggering 92 percent were for “miscarriage, fetal anomaly or a known fetal abnormality.”

The headline gave the impression that these abortions were not all the same.

The problem is that the article was not fact-checked, and therefore could not be verified as fact.

While the article did not specifically name the gynecologists who performed abortions in the article, many of them have ties to Planned Parenthood.

In fact, one of the most prominent members of Planned Parenthood’s board of directors, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, is a member of the Florida Board of Doctors, which has a mandate to ensure that doctors provide accurate, up-to-date information to patients about the health risks of abortion.

Nucateo is the former president of the Association of American Gynecologists.

Dr. Susan F. Anderson, a board member of Planned Health, is also on the board of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

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Frank Baum and Paul Ehrlich, who helped create the environmental movement and are now deceased, are also board members of the American Medical Association.

The American Academy of Pediatrics also has a board of experts that includes prominent figures in the field, including the chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Mary Anne Franks, the former chief medical officer of Planned Parent.

Other prominent members are the vice president of research and policy at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and the vice chairman of the board at the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

There is no way to verify that Drs Nucotola and Franks were listed on any of the list of gynecology doctors who performed the abortions, or that they did not have a history of anti-abortion activism.

But they are members of a group of doctors who have been accused of anti