A mother asks why Google is blocking ads for proven, life-saving treatments that reverse abortion pills and saved her son’s life.
The drug is responsible for taking ‘more than 3.7 million preborn lives, caused 24 maternal deaths, and… hemorrhage, excruciating abdominal pain, and severe life-threatening infections.’
The City Pages hit, and Planned Parenthood not liking the billboards, is not just about a disagreement over a controversial issue. It’s about money.
The authors of a new study continue promulgating misleading information about the real risks of the abortion pill regimen, instead of emphasizing the safety of using progesterone to try to reverse Mifeprex’s effects.
Public colleges would be required under a potential California law to offer easy-to-obtain abortion pills at student health clinics.
YouTube suspended the Abortion Pill Reversal account because it prohibits ‘content that promotes violent or dangerous acts.’ But reversal is scientifically proven to be life-saving.
An appeals court overturned a Baltimore ordinance that forced Christian nonprofit pregnancy centers to post signage in their waiting rooms saying that they do not offer or refer for abortions.
California’s nursing board’s sudden reversal seems a direct effort to deny a woman access to her own choice during an unexpected pregnancy.
Hundreds of children may owe their lives to a promising new medical protocol called abortion reversal, which may increase in demand due to the new ten-week abortion pill.
A North Carolina doctor has developed a treatment that can reverse chemical abortions, which has saved 137 babies’ lives.
An article on how the abortion pill has not revolutionized abortion falls short.
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