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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How the FDA’s decision to allow the telemedical prescription of Mifepristone does (and does not) change abortion Part One: Easier for Abortionists

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research When the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) was first considering authorizing the sale of the chemical abortifacient mifepristone (also known as RU-486), reporters used to ask me all the time how I thought this would “change the abortion debate.” I tended to respond …

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As UMass plans to dispense abortion pills this fall, what might the fallout be?

By Laura Nicole  The University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst will make abortions available to students through university health centers next fall, according to a story in the Boston Globe. The move comes as a bill that would require abortion pills to be dispensed at all public Massachusetts universities is currently in committee. Students and lawmakers …

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