A real-life story of the incredible power of ultrasound to changes hearts and minds

By Dave Andrusko With all—or at least most—signs pointing to a pro-life outcome in Dobb v. Women’s Health Organization, most every news outlet is trying to outdo its competitors in painting the most relentlessly grim outcome for women. That’s what I expected from “This Texas teen wanted an abortion. She now has twins: Brooke Alexander …

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Dr. Michael R. Harrison on ultrasound, unborn babies, and stripping away the veil of mystery

By Sarah Terzo Physician Michael R. Harrison  said of ultrasound: “It was not until the last half of this century that the prying eye of the ultrasound (that is, ultrasound  visualization) rendered the once opaque womb transparent, stripping the veil of mystery from the dark inner sanctum, and letting the light of scientific observation fall on …

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New ultrasound images in 4D give “pause and admiration”

By Sarah Terzo A reporter spoke about advances in ultrasound technology that produced very clear fetal images: “While such images won’t quell the abortion debate anytime soon, their beauty alone deserves pause and admiration.” Julian Kesner, “Life as you’ve never seen it,” New York Daily News October 12, 2006. Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic …

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After seeing that sonogram, nothing would ever be the same

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The image flashes in my mind’s eye like a scene from a movie. I vividly recall the visage of my baby on the screen—an image that was captured in a photo that I treasured. I could see in that image my mother’s smile, re-drawn in the …

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NARAL Calls Use of Ultrasounds “Intimidation”

By Sarah Terzo Abortion clinics sell abortions. To expect an abortion clinic to be objective in describing abortion is like expecting a car dealership to be objective about buying a car. Clinics make money off of abortions. They don’t make money off of women having their babies. For some quotes from abortion clinic counselors revealing …

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Never underestimate the power of an ultrasound to change a mind and to save a life

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It happened when I was scrolling through my Facebook feed one day. In between posts about the latest football games and political rants, I saw it—and it melted my heart. There was an Ultrasound of not one, but two babies—the latest additions to my Facebook friend’s family. …

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OB/GYN: Sometimes a fetal diagnosis by ultrasound is wrong

By Sarah Terzo Mary L Davenport, California obstetrician/gynecologist and former president of the American Association for Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists: “Ultrasound is imperfect and analysis of the images can result in inaccurate interpretations. Pregnant women who have declined abortion for fetuses diagnosed by ultrasound with fatal birth defects such as Potter’s syndrome (kidney disease with …

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Dr. Michael R. Harrison on ultrasound, unborn babies, and stripping away the veil of mystery

Physician Michael R. Harrison  said of ultrasound: “It was not until the last half of this century that the prying eye of the ultrasound (that is, ultrasound  visualization) rendered the once opaque womb transparent, stripping the veil of mystery from the dark inner sanctum, and letting the light of scientific observation fall on the shy and …

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Dr. Michael R. Harrison on ultrasound, unborn babies, and stripping away the veil of mystery

By Sarah Terzo Physician Michael R. Harrison said of ultrasound: “It was not until the last half of this century that the prying eye of the ultrasound (that is, ultrasound visualization) rendered the once opaque womb transparent, stripping the veil of mystery from the dark inner sanctum, and letting the light of scientific observation fall on the …

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“Had I seen a sonogram,” I would’ve chosen life

By Sarah Terzo From one postabortion women: “I know that my “story” would have ended differently had there been a pregnancy center to go to back in 1971. I know that I would’ve chosen life for my baby had I seen a sonogram, heard a heartbeat, and had more facts.” Debby Efurd,  Go Tell It (Franklin, …

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the transformative power of ultrasound images

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Today’s look back at what appeared a year ago in NRL News Today is about as heart-warming, and, therefore, timeless, as you can get. See if you agree. Ps. Their  baby was born April 29, 2020. When UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in …

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