Woman takes abortion pill on live television

By Dave Andrusko Until a couple of days ago, I had never heard of Jex Blackmore.  Once she was published in the [Detroit] Metro Times, it became clear she is a professional provocateur. In her latest stunt—apparently a surprise to Fox 2’s Charlie Langton–she swallowed an abortion pill. On her Twitter page, she announced [under the Twitter handle #AbortionPillsForever] “So, …

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Chinese woman describes baby born alive after forced abortion

According to a story in the Vancouver Sun, a Chinese woman underwent a forced abortion where the baby was born alive. Seeking asylum in Canada, she told her story to the board determining whether she would be allowed to stay. According to the Vancouver Sun: “She told the board she underwent a forced abortion 13 years ago, when …

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Study: California commits 20% of nation’s total chemical abortions

By Carole Novielli  Nearly 70,000 chemical abortions are committed annually in California (50% of all abortions committed in the state), according to a study sponsored by the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), which trains abortion providers through its Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health. The information comes from a clinical trial sponsored by UCSF called the CHAT Study, …

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Illinois opens nationwide call center, seeks to be magnet for pregnant women from out of state

By Dave Andrusko Mothers and unborn babies in Missouri are being targeted for abortions by a new call center located in the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Fairview Heights, Illinois, right near the border of the state, not far from St. Louis. Missouri has only one abortion facility. Illinois essentially allows for abortion on demand …

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25 years later, woman calls abortion her “greatest mistake”

By Sarah Terzo Sharon McFee had an abortion at a young age. 25 years later, she thought about her abortion while at church and suffered an outpouring of grief and regret: “I could no longer constrain myself and out flooded a torrent of pent-up grief that had been buried for 25 years. I fell apart at …

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Conscientious objection to abortion is at risk in Europe

The European Parliament passed a radical resolution with serious implications for doctors  By Michael Cook  The election of Roberta Metsola as president of the European Parliament has revived a debate on its position on abortion. She is the youngest-ever President and the first person from Malta, the smallest member state, to lead an EU institution. …

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Pro-choice woman: the medical profession denies post-abortion trauma, but silence doesn’t help

By Sarah Terzo One pro-choice woman, who suffers emotional trauma after her abortion, wrote: …for too long society and the medical profession have denied any negative aspects of abortion. That’s not helpful to those trying to navigate the aftermath of abortion.… The first step, surely, is giving this issue credence. Having heavily edited conversations to …

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Nurse Robin Tucker “loves” that she can deliver a baby…And then facilitate an online chemical abortion the same day

By Kevin Burke, LSW  Editor’s note. This appeared at Pregnancy Help News and is reposted with permission. MS Magazine shares a glowing profile of one of the new telemedicine abortion providers setting up shop across the nation since the recent removal of longstanding FDA restrictions on the abortion pill mifepristone. Robin Tucker is a certified …

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How the FDA’s decision to allow the telemedical prescription of Mifepristone does (and does not) change abortion

Part Three: No Matter What Happens with the Law, Still Abortion By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note.  Part One addressed claims that at-home abortions would be easier and Part Two made clear that self-managed abortions will be more dangerous. In Part Three, Dr. O’Bannon will explore what role …

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Former Clinic Worker: “Mary Roe” talks about how participating in abortion has affected her

By Sarah Terzo In the book “The Zero People,” a nurse, writing under the name “Mary Roe,” wrote the following essay about her experiences with abortion: I was for abortion. I thought it was a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy she did not want. Now I’m not so sure. I am a student nurse …

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UK National Health Service is not serving all citizens

By Kim Hayes  Pregnancy Help News reported in a previous article on the liberal usage of chemical abortion in the United Kingdom.  The August, 2020, article noted that, “Amid the UK government’s relaxing of chemical abortion restrictions, the Abortion Pill Rescue® Network (APRN) has seen an increase in the number of women inquiring about abortion …

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How the FDA’s decision to allow the telemedical prescription of Mifepristone does (and does not) change abortion

Part Two: Abortion without Clinics and Greater Risk By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note In Part One Dr. O’Bannon outlined how the only one these bloody, extremely painful chemical abortions are easier for is the abortionist who only does a cursory interview, prescribes the pills and ships them …

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