By Jack Bingham TOPEKA, Kansas — A Kansas judge has blocked the state’s law prohibiting doctors from prescribing dangerous abortion-inducing drugs without an in-person consultation. Judge Teresa Watson of the Shawnee County District Court sided with the Trust Women Foundation abortion clinic Wednesday, granting the group’s request for an injunction of the state’s Telemedicine …Continue reading "Kansas court blocks state law banning telemedicine prescription of abortion pills"
By Sarah Terzo Sometimes abortion hurts all those involved, not just the mother, the siblings, and the father. From a schoolteacher in her 40s: “Advising my daughter to have an abortion led me into a long, suicidal siege. I’m not over it yet. I can picture a baby who never even existed.” James Patterson and Peter Kim, “The …Continue reading "Grandmother of Aborted Baby “led me into a long, suicidal siege”"
ADF attorneys represent four health care organizations, four doctors in first lawsuit to challenge FDA’s authorization of chemical abortion drugs, removal of safeguards AMARILLO, Texas – In the first lawsuit of its kind, four national medical associations and four doctors experienced in caring for pregnant and post-abortive women are suing federal government officials for illegally approving …Continue reading "Doctors, health care groups sue FDA for approving dangerous chemical abortion drugs"
By Nancy Flanders Abortion is legal in India, and so is the use of the abortion pill. Though women are technically required to see a doctor first to receive a prescription for the deadly drug regimen, many women are going straight to pharmacists to get the abortion pill, and they are paying a heavy price both financially …Continue reading "As U.S. FDA loosens abortion pill regulations, India warns of self-managed abortion dangers"
By Sarah Terzo According to pro-choice author Miriam Claire, who wrote an entire book defending abortion: “Some women are surprised by the depth of their feelings of loss after an abortion, and they assume responsibility for this grief through a sense of guilt, because their choice to have an abortion brought about the loss.” Miriam …Continue reading "Pro-choice author admits women are “surprised” by feelings of loss after abortion"
By Sarah Terzo In her memoir, former abortionist Dr. Patti Giebink wrote about abortion complications. She describes how an abortion affects the woman’s reproductive organs, which reveals how easy it could truly be to injure a woman: The first pass with the suction cannula ideally gathers all of the tissue – most, if not all. A …Continue reading "Abortion complications are disturbingly common, studies show"
By Sarah Terzo “I am an atheist and a rationalist…Abortion is a traumatic life event; that is, it involves loss, it involves grief, it involves difficulties. And the trauma may, in fact, predispose people to having mental illness.” Prof. David M. Fergusson, Christchurch Health and Development Study, commenting on research he directed, interviewed on Australian …Continue reading "The emotional turmoil following an abortion"
By Sarah Terzo A woman who had an abortion wrote: “I was only 18 at the time and at that time I had no idea that would be my only opportunity to have a child. I did have a few minor gynecological problems and I am not sure if they are directly related to my …Continue reading "Post-abortion woman laments she destroyed her only chance of being a mother"
Would undermine narrative that helped repeal pro-life 8th Amendment By Life Institute Last week, the British media reported on the tragic case of Mrs. Reeta Saidha who died after a delayed diagnosis of sepsis during miscarriage. An inquest into her death at Basildon Hospital heard that Mrs. Saidha was 15 weeks pregnant when her waters …Continue reading "Irish media will not report on this tragic case of a British woman who died after a delayed diagnosis of sepsis during miscarriage"
“How ironic that Aisha died at the hands of the first abortion centre where pro-lifers are no longer allowed to offer life-saving help.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A woman who died following a late-stage abortion procedure was discharged from the clinic despite vomiting and swaying so much she looked “drunk,” …Continue reading "Woman bled to death after British abortion clinic sent her home “vomiting and swaying”"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Last week, we began a series on abortion’s negative health consequences bases on a report by bioethicist Dr. Gregory Pike for the British pro-life group, the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC). The report itself appears here. Part One looked at evidence that …Continue reading "Abortion’s Negative Impact on Women’s Health— Effects on Women and Subsequent Children: Part Three"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked over the last ten months. Why do pro-abortionists come …Continue reading "Pro-abortionists resolute that abortion is trouble-free and devoid of complications"