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Care Net’s experts are available for interviews and are knowledgeable about a wide variety of issues.  They can comment on topics such as abortion alternatives, unplanned and teen pregnancies, healing from a past abortion, sexually transmitted diseases, abstinence education, urban community issues, and related policy issues. 

Our experts include, but are not limited to:

• Roland Warren, President and CEO
Dr. Sandy Christiansen, Board Certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Care Net's National Medical Consultant
Linda Cochrane, R.N., After Abortion Specialist

To speak with a Care Net expert or make a media inquiry:

  • Complete an interview request
  • For high-res photos or general media inquiries contact Eve Gleason: 703-554-8755, egleason@care-net.org (email preferred)
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Press releases issued in 2004

FDA Action on RU-486 Not Far Enough Care Net Says
November 16, 2004

“If consumers are suffering and even dying, additional small print on a piece of paper is not the answer. In addition to the hundreds of adverse effects reported to the FDA about the drug, there are providers that are currently violating the FDA guidelines for the drug."

Both Sides on Abortion Can Agree: More Research Needed on Women and Depression
September 30, 2004

“Whatever your position on abortion rights, you can agree with former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop that there is a lack of research on the long-term emotional effects of abortion on women,” said Care Net President Kurt Entsminger. “More research would raise awareness to the issue and better equip those in the medical community to provide the appropriate care.”

Care Net Launches Five City TV Campaign, Promotes Hotline for Pregnant Teens
July 26, 2004

“The campaign’s message to women is that ‘you’re not alone – there is help – you have options’,” said Care Net President Kurt Entsminger. “And it’s a message that’s getting heard. More and more women are finding this help and hope at pregnancy centers.”

Island/Def Jam Rap Song Advocates Violence Against Pregnanct Women
July 01, 2004

The song in question is a remix by hardcore rapper Joe Budden of Usher’s “Confessions, Part II”, which has topped the Billboard’s pop charts for weeks. Budden adds lyrics that advocate beating a pregnant woman in the stomach if she is unwilling to abort her baby: “Pray that she abort that, If she’s talkin’ ‘bout keepin’ it / One hit to the stomach, She’s leakin’ it,” Budden raps in his version of “Confessions, Part II.”

FDA Ultrasound Concern, NY State Bill Not Directed at Pregnancy Centers
May 28, 2004

"Greater access to ultrasound services is a good thing, but the ultrasound machine is not a toy, it is a powerful medical device and must always be operated and supervised by qualified medical personnel.�

Care Net Applauds FDA Decision on 'Morning-After Pill'
May 07, 2004

"The FDA is right not to sacrifice the next generation of young people on the altar of reckless medical and social experimentation."

Care Net Releases Premiere Issue of Center of Tomorrow Journal
April 28, 2004

�The foot soldiers of the pro-life movement � those working in pregnancy centers � are unsatisfied with still more than one million abortions every year. This new journal is a response to their demand for more research on how to better reach women considering an abortion.�

Care Net Issues Challenge to Pro-Abortion March Organizers
April 23, 2004

"It's time for the advocates of comprehensive sex education for youth to embrace comprehensive abortion education for women."

Abortion in Black America: NAACP Endorses Problem, Care Net Offers Help
April 19, 2004

"The NAACP's decision to endorse abortion rights is irresponsible. This organization should be concerned that one in three African American pregnancies end in abortion, that over 1,200 black children die every day, and an estimated 70 percent of abortion providers are in minority neighborhoods."

New TV Spot Promotes Hotline for Pregnant Teens
January 15, 2004

"Women deserve to find out about their choices from someone other than Planned Parenthood. As we mark 31 years since the Roe v. Wade decision, the good news is that, because of the care and commitment of pregnancy centers over the years, more women, especially teens, are receiving the critical information they need to make an informed choice."

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