Here's an article from LifeNews which outlines the figures as indicated in Demon of Light's post above. But even those figures are misleading.
From Planned Parenthood's 2008-2009 Annual Report, it listed relatively the same percentiles of services rendered for that reporting period as those listed in the briefing sheet "summary report" Demon links to above.
From the 2008-2009 report:
If you do the math, the figures listed above represent only 87% of the total services Planned Parenthood performed. But if you look at the 2009 summary report Demon linked to, specifically on page, you'll find the complete list of services rendered by Planned Parenthood by the numbers (summarized):For the 3 million patients our doctors and nurses saw, we provided contraception (36%), testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (31%), cancer screening and prevention (17%) and abortion services (3%). In all, we helped prevent roughtly 621,000 unintended pregnancies.
Contraception - 4,009,549 (35%)
STI/STD Testing/Treatment - 3,955,9163 (35%)
Cancer Screening/Prevention - 1,830,811 (16%)
Other Women's Health Services - 1,178,369 (10%)
Abortion Services - 332,278 (3%)
Other Services - 76,977 (1%)
Total Services: 11,383,900
Notice not only is the percentiles alittle off for contraception (+1%), but are also off for STI/STD testing (-4%). Moreover, "Other Women's Health Services" and "Other Services" aren't even listed among the figures mentioned in the summary statement from the annual report nor are they mentioned in the LifeNews article, but they are mentioned in the summary report which clearly provides the more accurate picture of Planned Parenthood's activies for 2008-2009. Therefore, in the grand scheme of things 332,278 abortions is a relatively low number for the 11,051,622 other services Planned Parenthood performed.
Just trying to keep things honest and in their proper perspective.