Withholding information from doctors about abortion pill use is dangerous

By Chris Alexis New York Magazine recently offered shockingly dangerous advice. In the article “Guide to Abortion Access,” writers Rebecca Grant and Elizabeth Isadora Gold tell women who are experiencing abortion pill complications that, “You are now having a miscarriage; everyone at the ER should treat you accordingly, so avoid mentioning abortion, and the pills, entirely.”  This is …

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Abortion Advocates Hoping to Beat Dobbs with Mail Order Abortifacients

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s Note. This is adapted from Dr. O’Bannon’s June 24th speech at NRLC Convention 2022 Today, we stand at the threshold of what looks to be a whole new era, the first time in nearly 50 years that abortion has not been treated by …

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UK’s largest abortion provider sent abortion pills to woman 7 months pregnant

By Right to Life UK An abortion provider who sent abortion pills to a woman who was seven months pregnant is now attempting to use the case to make abortion legal up to birth. One of Britain’s largest abortion providers, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, provided abortion pills for a woman who subsequently gave birth …

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Pro-abortion apologist tells congressional committee how Do-It-Yourself abortions work, does not mention safety concerns

By Dave Andrusko It’s not often that apologists for the abortion industry get to testify in extravagant detail how to snuff out your kid—at least not in an official capacity as a witness for a congressional hearing. Enter Renee Bracey Sherman, founder and executive director of We Testify, to testify about chemical abortions, the ultimate …

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Abortion Advocates Hoping to Beat Dobbs with Mail Order Abortifacients

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. This appeared in the first post-Roe edition of the “Prolife Newspaper of Record”. Please share this story and the remainder of this issue with pro-life family and friends. This is adapted from Dr. O’Bannon’s June 24th speech at NRLC Convention 2022. Today, …

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Pro-aborts lay out plans to make chemical abortions more available

By Dave Andrusko While an enthusiastic supporter of “medication” abortions, Mother Jones magazine acknowledges “Abortion Pills Will Be Crucial in a Post-Roe World. But They’re Not the Magic Fix Many Think They Are.” Before we dig into the story by Becca Andrews, while it’s true that she acknowledges not everyone will have equal ‘access,” she …

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TIME Laments Potential End to Roe, Heralds Activist Push to Greenlight Abortion Pills Online

By Catherine Salgado  TIME celebrated the efforts of pro-abortion activists pressuring Big Tech companies to push abortion pills online in the wake of a leaked document indicating the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe Wade. TIME posted an article explaining how pro-abortion activists are urging tech companies to start facilitating abortions if the Supreme Court …

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A majority of American disapprove of mail-order abortion pills

By Dave Andrusko In the latest NPR/PBS News Hour Marist national poll of 1,304 adults just released, a majority of Americans disapprove of mail-order abortion pills. The poll asked, “Please tell me if you support or oppose a law that allows prescription drugs that induce an abortion to be sent through the mail.  51% opposed …

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The role of “medication abortion” in a post-Roe world as seen by the abortion industry

By Dave Andrusko Guttmacher Institute which functions as the think tank for the Abortion Industry, estimates that 54% of abortions are now chemically induced. “The availability of online ordering for abortion pills and shipping them by mail has fundamentally altered American women’s rights,” Carol E. Lee, Peter Nicholas, Kristen Welker, and Courtney Kube write for TIME magazine. “In …

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Former abortionist describes abortions done by the abortion pill as “often causing abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and heavy bleeding”

By Sarah Terzo  Dr. Anthony Levatino, abortionist turned pro-life activist,  on abortions by pill: 24 – 48 hours after taking RU-486, the woman takes misoprostol, also called Cytotec, that is administered either orally or vaginally. RU-486 and misoprostol together cause severe cramping, contractions, and often heavy bleeding, to force the dead baby out of the …

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Abortion pill confirmed to have led to sepsis and death for UK woman

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Last year, an inquest found that a woman in the United Kingdom died after taking the abortion pill in March 2020, which led to sepsis and, eventually, death. Now the cause of 31-year-old Sarah Dunn’s death has been confirmed by the assistant coroner. Louise Rae, Assistant Coroner for Blackpool & Fylde, confirmed …

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