Weak Links: Abortion Enablers

Medical waste companies:

Medical waste companies, like those listed below, collaborate with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry through their collection, transportation and disposal of aborted children and the instruments used to kill them.  At the 2013 National Abortion Federation conference, abortionist Renee Chelian said, “We are all one incinerator away, one incineration company away from being closed.” If we don’t act to persuade these medical waste companies to discontinue providing Planned Parenthood (and other abortion providers) these services, we will have missed a historic opportunity to stop the killing.

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  • stericycle1Specific Waste IndustriesIMPORTANT UPDATE: Specific Waste Industries dumped Planned Parenthood, other abortion facilities! READ MORE >>
  • Stericycle, Inc. IMPORTANT UPDATE:  Stericycle disclosed (see pages four and five of the amended complaint) that they recently cancelled hundreds of contracts (over 400 in the past few years) with abortion facilities. READ MORE >>
  • Accu-Medical Waste Services IMPORTANT UPDATE:   Accu-Medical ceased disposing of aborted fetuses for Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities. Accu-Medical was recently purchased by Stericycle and now is operating under their medical waste protocol that excludes accepting aborted fetal remains. READ MORE >>

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More information is coming soon on other medical waste companies that collaborate in abortion. Stay tuned!


  • Wright State Physicians Group, Inc.wsp header pic  A group of physicians at Wright State University is enabling infamous late-term abortionist and partial-birth abortion pioneer Martin Haskell to keep his abortion facility in Dayton, Ohio open and running.Ohio law requires all ambulatory surgical facilities to have a written transfer agreement with a nearby hospital. Dayton hospitals refuse to give Haskell such an agreement. However, Haskell has found a way to skirt this law through a contract with the Wright State Physicians Women’s Health Care group (WSPWHC). READ MORE >>
  • ProMedica Hospitals:  ProMedica has refused to get entangled with the political controversy of abortion by agreeing to provide Toledo’s last abortion clinic (Capital Care Network) a transfer agreement — a medically necessary state licensing requirement.  READ MORE >>