Experimenters Pay Mexican Women to Get Pregnant and Abort

By Wesley J. Smith Editor’s note. This story from a year ago in NRL News Today reminds us how casually we can be desensitized to the carry over impact of legalized abortion. This is truly a disgusting development. Women in Mexico were paid $1400 to be hyperstimulated so their ovaries released bountiful eggs instead of one …

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Prior to Roe, 100 OB/GYNs Expressed Doubts About Abortion

By Sarah Terzo In 1972, the year before Roe v. Wade, 100 OB/GYN’s published an article in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. They expressed doubts about the legalization of abortion. Concerned  that women may want surgery that is not in their best interest, they said the following: “For the first time, except perhaps …

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“Destigmatizing” multiple abortions is an exercise in evasion

By Dave Andrusko A pro-life friend sent along a post this morning that appeared on something called abortionclinics.com. When I looked it up on Twitter, here is its self-description: “World’s 1st online directory of reputable ABORTION CLINICS.” (All caps in the original.) “Reputable abortion clinics,” a contradiction in terms, if ever there was one. The …

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Pro-abortionists attempt to repress 25 year study on the negative impact on women compiled by pro-choice researcher

By Sarah Terzo Pro-life doctor Marissa Ogle, M.D., wrote about an abortion study by Dr. David Ferguson that pro-abortion people tried to repress. (Marissa Ogle, M.D., Still Healing:  pp 13 – 14.) A reputable research scientist attempted to publish results of a well-designed study that concluded, to his surprise, that abortion has a negative impact on the …

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Prominent Scottish bioethicist highlights serious concerns about disposal in toilets of the remains of unborn babies in DIY abortions

By Right to Life UK A prominent Scottish bioethicist has argued that proposals to introduce DIY at home abortion in Scotland on a permanent basis undermines the “appropriate and sensitive respect for the disposal of the remains of the embryo/foetus”. DIY home abortions, whereby a woman seeking a medical abortion up to ten weeks’ gestation is able …

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Pro-choice reporters exposed to reality of abortion during abortionist’s testimony

By Sarah Terzo An article in The Irish Times tells how pro-choice reporters were made uncomfortable by testimony from an abortionist at the Kermit Gosnell trial. Gosnell was convicted of [three counts of] murder for killing babies born alive after abortions as well as involuntary manslaughter in the case of a woman who died at …

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Pro-abortion activist warns that relying on medical science can be dangerous

By Sarah Terzo A pro-abortion activist talked about how pro-choice people should not rely on science in order to defend abortion. This may be a tacit admission that all the legitimate science is on the side of the pro-lifers: “Sally Sheldon points to the dangers that pro-choice campaigners can face if they rely on framing …

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Husband pressures pregnant wife: “I don’t want this baby”

By Sarah Terzo Patricia A. Bigliardi tells her abortion story. She writes about what happened when she told her husband she was pregnant. Before she told him, she was happy about the pregnancy. When she told her husband, he said: “Are you serious? You’re kidding, right?” His voice strained the words out as my eyes …

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Restoring the Culture of Life requires efforts on many fronts

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the …

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Abortion leading cause of death worldwide in 2019, ending the lives of over 73 million unborn babies

Abortion accounted for 57% of all deaths worldwide By Right to Life UK Abortion was the largest cause of death worldwide in 2019, ending the lives of an estimated 73.3 million unborn babies, according  to a study published in The Lancet [https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30315-6/fulltext]. The World Health Organisation estimates that there were nearly 55.4 million deaths from causes other than abortion …

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Postabortion woman saddened by birth of boy: mourning her prior abortion, thinking “I had given up my girl”

By Sarah Terzo A new mother felt sad when her baby turned out to be a boy and not a girl, and found herself breaking down and sobbing in the hospital. She was really mourning the baby she aborted before, which she thought would have been the girl she wanted. “Somewhere in my young head, …

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