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.
Those who advocate for and provide chemical abortion drugs downplay the excruciating process that awaits unsuspecting women. ‘I had no idea what was coming. No idea.’
Every pro-life person should be concerned about the growing trend in easy-access abortion pills, delivered to your doorstep.
Public colleges would be required under a potential California law to offer easy-to-obtain abortion pills at student health clinics.
One of 400 mothers and counting to have saved the life of their unborn children in the past five years, Samantha welcomed her daughter into the world this December.
California’s nursing board’s sudden reversal seems a direct effort to deny a woman access to her own choice during an unexpected pregnancy.
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.
That’s right, America: Abortion-rights advocates have gone from warning of back-alley abortions to promoting black-market ones!
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.
The FDA will now allow women a longer window to chemically starve unborn babies, with less medical oversight.
An article on how the abortion pill has not revolutionized abortion falls short.
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