An additional 165 fetal remains found in the trunk of Mercedes Benz owned by the late abortionist Ulrich Klopfer

Total now up to 2,411 “perfectly preserved” fetal remains By Dave Andrusko Late on Thursday, we first heard there were “more” fetal remains discovered stashed in the trunk of an old Mercedes Benz owned by the late abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Then we heard perhaps “fifty.” Then “fewer than 100 fetal remains were recovered Wednesday, although …

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Divided panel blocks Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act, pro-lifers trust full 6th Circuit Court of Appeals will review the case

By Dave Andrusko Ignoring a brilliant dissent by Circuit Judge Alice Moore Batchelder, a divided three judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voted today to block Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act (HB 214) from going into effect. Under HB 214 it would be illegal for abortionists to commit or attempt to …

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SB 24 – California Governor Gavin Newsom must decide before Oct. 13

Failure to Veto bill mandating distribution of chemical abortifacients on state campuses allows it to become law anyway. URGE HIS VETO BY CONTACTING HIM HERE. Editor’s note. This alert comes from the California Pro-Life Council. SB 24—the law mandating the distribution of the RU486 chemical abortion regimen on all University of California and Cal State …

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Top 10 Abortion Myths: #4—Abortion has no side effects for women

By Chris Gast, Right to Life of Michigan So much of the abortion debate is based on myths, bad assumptions, bad logic, or outright gaslighting through deception. For the rest of 2019 we will highlight one common abortion myth every month. 4: Abortion has no side effects for women. The bottom line: Abortion can be …

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How a child with Down Syndrome educated her father

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. We are posting new and previously run stories as a way of helping to raise awareness. No doubt because two of my daughters have worked with kids with developmental needs, I am especially receptive to books about the challenges but also the rewards of …

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Nairobi Summit May Claim Abortion as a Humanitarian Right

By Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. NEW YORK, October 4 (C-Fam) Nations may pledge to fund abortion in crisis and “fragile” situations at an upcoming UN population conference in Nairobi. This means introducing abortion precisely in those situations where it could most likely endanger women’s health. The latest draft of an agreement to be presented by the …

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New Study: Adult Stem Cells Reverse Progressive MS-like Disease

Gives Patients New Chance at Life Pain and Drug Free By Katey Price, J.D. A new study published in the journal Neurology found that adult stem cells were successful in treating and reversing neuromyelitis optica, a debilitating autoimmune disease similar to multiple sclerosis (MS). This is yet another medical breakthrough for adult stem cells, as …

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Respect Life Month Celebrated at Wisconsin Right to Life

By Kristen Nupson Each year in October, Wisconsin Right to Life celebrates Respect Life Month. Born out of the Catholic Church, Respect Life Month is a time for individuals of all denominations to come together in order to commemorate the most vulnerable in our society. We observe this month in varying ways each calendar year, …

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Physicians Urge Protection of Vulnerable Persons Standard: Call on Attorney General of Canada to Appeal Quebec Medical Assistance in Dying Decision

TORONTO, ONTARIO – More than 250 doctors from across Canada have signed an urgent open letter to the Attorney General, David Lametti, asking him to appeal a Quebec Superior Court decision that would expand access to medical assistance in dying to those who are not nearing natural death. The decision on the appeal must be …

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Trump condemns abortion of disabled children in Down Syndrome Awareness message

By Calvin Freiburger For the third year in a row, President Donald Trump has recognized October’s Down Syndrome Awareness Month with a statement calling for every American to be embraced regardless of the medical challenges he faces, including explicit condemnation of targeting babies with Down’s via abortion. Down syndrome, or Trisomy 21, is a genetic …

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Transplant surgeon complains about not having access to fetal organs

By Sarah Terzo “It’s absolutely absurd that I have a legal right to abort that baby out of the mother within a week of delivery and throw it out, but because it’s delivered, I have no access to it [for its organs]. Dr. Leonard Bailey, who gained fame for transplanting a baboon’s heart into a …

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