Most Americans, when correctly informed regarding abortion, oppose it. It has only been through deception that the abortion lobby has been able to keep abortion legal, but the tide is turning as technology has opened the womb before our eyes. However, the proponents of abortion miss no opportunity to increase the number of victims and thus we are today faced with the Illinois Democrat led House attempting to hound the unborn to death even into the private spaces of state colleges and universities. They are seeking to place abortifacients in a convient place o cthe campus, making these drugs of death nearly ubiquitous to young college women. The hatred of the Left for unborn children appears pathological.
As part of their COVID-19 response, the U.K. initially approved new measures to allow women to take the complete abortion pill regimen at home. Now, it appears that this measure has been reversed. The reasoning given was, “This was published in error. There will be no changes to abortion regulations.”
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Recently the California Board of Registered Nursing determined that the scientific evidence in support of the Abortion Pill Reversal was important to the health and safety of mother and child.
The Board audited the method for over a year and, according to LifeSite News, then “decided that the Abortion Pill Reversal a medical intervention that has been pioneered by doctors George Delgado and Matthew Harrison and now includes a network of 350 physicians throughout the U.S.” This method allows mothers who have taken the abortion pill (Mifeprex or RU-486) to call a 24/7 helpline at (877) 558-0333 in order …
In a stunningly reckless move, the Obama Food and Drug Administration recently relaxed standards for administering the abortion pill RU-486, allowing it to be used to abort children who are more developed in the womb and, shockingly, requiring even less physician supervision of a drug that has hospitalized and even killed women.
In many places of employment a gigantic board is posted listing the shortages and outages of essential medications, such as antibiotics, pain relievers, anesthetics and drugs for sedation. This problem has been significant for years, and has worsened considerably in the last year, impeding pharmacists’ ability to provide vital care for our patients. The FDA has placed the approval of this “chemical cousin” analog of mifepristone (sometimes known by its antiquated experimental name, RU 486) ahead of the need to address this severe health care issue.
Our disgust for the deadly FDA action is profound and beyond the ability to …