A mother asks why Google is blocking ads for proven, life-saving treatments that reverse abortion pills and saved her son’s life.
Something incredible is happening in statehouses across our great land – something that even abortion advocates cannot deny.
When a pro-life legislator questioned how public universities are expected to handle the biomedical waste from chemical abortions, the author and her expert witness struggled to respond.
Every pro-life person should be concerned about the growing trend in easy-access abortion pills, delivered to your doorstep.
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.
Nearly 20 percent of women undergoing a chemical abortion ignored the label instructions, their doctor’s directive, and their own commitment to return for a follow-up appointment.
Mike Pence didn’t create the under-regulated abortion market that allows someone to order abortion drugs over the Internet and take them late in pregnancy. The Supreme Court did.
The FDA will now allow women a longer window to chemically starve unborn babies, with less medical oversight.
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