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A report by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists looked specifically at the number of abortions that now take place at private clinics instead of public ones because of unavailable staff.Still, the newspaper Independent reported on Monday that the number of abortions in England and Wales is at a record 190,000 a year. With fewer doctors willing to perform the procedure, abortion supporters say that within five years, there may be more demand for abortions than doctors to provide them.Furthermore, with fewer doctors in public clinics willing to perform abortions, hospitals must refer those seeking abortion to private clinics. And the National Health Service, which funds four out of five abortions in Britain, is struggling to cope with the bills.Julia Millington of the London based ProLife Alliance said that the news of fewer abortions at public clinics is certainly welcomed.In a press statement, Millington added: have been hearing for some time now that young doctors, in particular, do not want to work in this field.choosing to go into medicine presumably do so because they want to cure sickness and disease, not end the lives of innocent human beings.In the United Kingdom, abortion is legal throughout the entire pregnancy if the doctor believes the baby suffers a severe disability, or if the mother life is at risk.Otherwise, depending on the mental health of the mother, an abortion can be had up to 24 weeks.On another front, a London Catholic hospital will ban abortion referral, contraception provision and in vitro fertilization following a campaign to restore its Catholic identity.Cardinal Cormac Murphy O of Westminster asked that the ethical code of the Hospital of St.

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