Exposed: Abortion Pill, RU 486, Mifepristone, Mifeprex — Whatever They Call it, it Harms Women & Kills Babies

In a stunningly reckless move, President Obama’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently relaxed standards for the abortion pill [originally called] RU-486. The new guidelines expand its use to abort babies who are even more developed in the womb, and require even less physician supervision of a drug that has hospitalized —and even killed— women. The abortion industry has been increasingly pushing abortion pills, telling women that RU-486 isn’t a REAL abortion. They’ve convinced women that “just taking a pill” early in the pregnancy when the baby is “just a clump of cells” isn’t really killing a child. With these new FDA guidelines, we’re seeing them push that lie even further. Today, Live Action launches its latest video to expose these abortion industry lies and the recklessness of the FDA’s decision — https://www.facebook.com/liveaction/videos/10154118219668728/ In this new video, Dr. Anthony Levatino, an OB/GYN who performed over 1200 abortions, uses medically accurate animations inside the womb to show how RU-486 abortion slowly starves a baby to death over a period of days. He also details how amazingly developed the baby is at this early stage and the pill’s potentially dangerous effects on the mother. These laxer FDA rules will bring huge financial benefits to the abortion industry. While the FDA’s expansion of RU-486’s use from seven weeks of pregnancy to 10 weeks is sure to increase the abortion industry’s clientele, according to the FDA’s own numbers, it also means TRIPLE the drug’s failure rate of the old seven-week limit. This will inevitably lead to more women — and their babies — being subjected to two abortions, as abortionists must then perform...

Exposed: REAL Reason FDA Chemical Abortion Guidelines Changed

Visit https://www.physiciansforlife.org/exposed-abortion-pill-ru-486-mifepristone-mifeprex-whatever-they-call-it-it-harms-women-kills-babies/ to learn about the consequences of these recently ‘relaxed but reckless’ FDA Guidelines for Abortion Pill Use Main Article On March 30th, 2016, the FDA, under the guidance of the Obama administration, made big changes to the rules regarding the use of chemical abortions. Many on the pro-choice side are claiming this move was to expand women’s abortion access. However, in a new video series by Life Dynamics called The Real Story, President Mark Crutcher states that abortion clinics have been providing chemical abortions at one-third dosages for pregnancies that were well past the cut-off date since day one. He reveals that the real reason for the FDA’s decision was to protect abortion industry profits. FDA Smoke and Mirrors – the decision to protect abortion industry profits. (FDA chemical abortion) Mark Crutcher gives the real story behind the decision to change FDA chemical abortion guidelines in the video, The Real Story: FDA’s Strategy to Protect the Abortion Industry’s Profits   (see link  below) Crutcher adds that the abortion industry realized that smaller doses and performing them at much later stages of pregnancy is “a gold mine.” “One-third dosages increase profits, and using it past the specified cut off date grows the customer base.” But with such measures come increased risks and complications. Life Dynamics knows this perhaps better than anybody. For the past 20 years, the pro-life organization has been providing litigation support services to attorneys who sue on behalf of women who have been killed, injured or sexually assaulted while having abortions. Traditionally, incomplete abortions accounted for a small number of cases that they assisted with. But...

Focus on IPPF – International Planned Parenthood Federation

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), the world’s largest purveyor and performer of abortion, works in 170 countries with Member Associations in 147 countries which operate in 159 countries with activities in an additional 11 countries. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is one Member Association. Its mission includes, “Advocating for the right to safe abortion services and providing them to the fullest extent permitted by law.” IPPF is well-funded and well-connected; a partner with the United Nations Population Control Fund (UNFPA) in efforts to gain parliamentarians’ support for ‘sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)’. Its active engagement at the United Nations includes funding country delegations to UN meetings where delegates recite IPPF talking points on issues that include access to abortion during negotiations. The following is a sample of recent IPPF actions. [from 2015: 47 New Pro-Life Laws Enacted in US; PNCI Global News_Dec 22, 2015] IPPF Guide to the New Global Goals The new goals contained in the 2030 Agenda go into effect next month while the indicators to measure progress on the goals are still being developed. Sustainable Development Goals: A SRHR CSO guide for national implementation by IPPF sets out “what the new 2030 Agenda means for civil society organizations (CSOs) working on SRHR and how it can be used to push for progress at the national level”. Specific actions are described that IPPF suggests SRHR activist organizations consider taking on the national level to ensure they have a significant role in the 2030 Agenda “to drive progress on the development and implementation of national plans, to play a role in monitoring and accountability of...

Why I Left Planned Parenthood

In 1991, Sue Thayer, a struggling mother living in a small, rural Iowa town, answered an ad for an entry-level assistant at a nearby Planned Parenthood facility. The job offered good benefits, was close to her home, and—to Sue’s mind—promised an opportunity to help other women. Within a couple of months, she had been promoted to office manager, a position she held for the next 17 years. Sue did the hiring, firing, and training, oversaw patient records and scheduling, maintained the building and the books. She enjoyed the family counseling side of the business, believing she was helping women who needed help. Opposed to abortion, she took solace in the fact that abortions weren’t performed at the small facility where she worked. But, as years passed, Sue found it harder to reconcile her conscience with the realities of Planned Parenthood’s practices. She began to question other aspects of the corporation … and to realize how much the business depends on abortions for its profits. Planned Parenthood presents itself as a non-profit, but it’s actually very profit-oriented. At monthly managers’ meetings, those managing abortion facilities were given quotas, and those who didn’t meet them had to provide a plan for increasing their numbers. The company is just as high-pressured about selling birth control pills. Their contract with drug manufacturers lets them buy these pills in bulk at a big discount … say, $2.98 for one 28-day cycle’s worth. When a woman asks for a cycle (often having seen ads for “Free Contraception”), Planned Parenthood sends the bill to Medicaid—for $35. But staff members are also urged to press the woman...

American Society of Reproductive Medicine Statement Confirms ‘The Pill’ Causes Abortion (2008)

Amidst an ongoing debate among prolife advocates about whether to classify the Pill as an abortifacient or a prophylactic, pro-abortion advocates have published an authoritative statement declaring that the Pill prevents implantation of embryos, thereby causing an abortion. In a supplement to its November 2008 issue, top reproductive health journal Fertility and Sterility published the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) statement, “Hormonal contraception: recent advances and controversies.” In a summary of the development of contraception in the United States the statement called oral contraceptives the “most widely used” reversible method. In the “wide variety” of oral contraceptives that are available, the “mechanisms of action” are the same, said the statement: “inhibition of ovulation, alteration in the cervical mucus, and/or modification of the endometrium, thus preventing implantation.” Pro-life advocates who oppose abortion, but not contraception, have long considered the Pill as an ethical contraceptive option, as opposed to the IUD, which causes abortions by preventing implantation. However, the statement by the ASRM clearly indicates that the pill is medically classified as a drug that acts by “preventing implantation,” thereby causing the death of a fertilized embryo – a unique and living human being. A large body of literature supports this statement, including articles from Fertility and Sterility. The most significant of these is a 1996 study by a group of OB/GYNs from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, that concluded that “impaired uterine receptivity” is “one mechanism by which OCs exert their contraceptive actions.” [12December2008, Ellen M. Rice,...