Not all of them, certainly.
You can bet that Kermit Gosnell was not dutifully reporting each time he snipped the neck of an infant born alive at his abortion clinic.
There have been some reports, however. During Florida testimony on the Florida Born Alive Infants Protection Bill, which planned parenthood opposed, Representative Cary Pigman provided some statistics. Here is the text quoting him.
“In 2010, there were 24,586 perinatal deaths in the United States. Perinatal defines as being from the 22nd week of gestation to seven days post delivery.”
“Those are all coded by international classification,” he noted. Regarding babies who die after a botched abortion: “And in 2010, 1,270 infants were reported in that category — and I emphasize reported,”
“In other words, more than 1,200 babies died following a failed abortion and their whose deaths were reported as “mortality subsequent to an abortion.”
The category of Perinatal Deaths includes those aged 22 weeks gestation up to 7 days post delivery. Rep. Pigman also mentioned that in Canada, from 2000-2009, 491 infant deaths, coded as P96.1 “termination of pregnancy affecting fetus and NEWBORN” occurred. This is their number of babies aged greater than 20 weeks, who were born alive during abortion, who subsequently died.
Remember that Obama and Planned Parenthood actively opposed the Illinois Born Alive Infant’s Protection act, which could not be passed until Obama left.
See who opposed the act, and who supported it, in one of the attempts to move it through the Illinois legislature: CLICK HERE.
UPDATE: Here’s a link to a 2008 video showing Students for Life Busting Planned Parenthood, of Freehold New Jersey, for Infanticide. The nurse in this video was advocating labor induction for at about 22 weeks gestation, and admitting that the babies can be born alive, but are denied care and die soon after.