ellaOne is an abortifacient

EllaOne is an abortifacient — it causes abortion. While Emergency Contraception MAY be abortifacient a percentage of the time, that is not its only mechanism. EllaOne is in the same family with the infamous RU-486 (mifepristone, "mifeprex") which acts only as an abortifacient to kill a developing human embryo. Now, THEY will say there is no pregnancy yet, no "developing human embryo". That's because THEY — the pharmaceuticals & pro-aborts & pro-contraceptors — REDEFINED the word "conception" in the 1960s to mean "implantation in the uterus" (6-10 days after union of sperm & egg) instead of its historic meaning of union of sperm & egg (fertilization).   Semantics may change the meaning of the words in some people's minds; but semantics will never change the REALITY that HUMAN LIFE BEGINS AT THE MOMENT SPERM & EGG UNITE. We need to know how they are thinking so we may never be lulled into believing that way… "If we must err, err on the side of LIFE!" Life or Death… NO OTHER Choice. ...

Int'l Call for Ban on IVF Technologies/ IVF & Coercion, Harm / 5 Articles (2010)

Woman Kills Wrongly-Implanted Embryos with Morning-After Pill Targeting "Excess" Children: Infertility Treatments and the Problem of "Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction" IVF, Mass Production and Coercion Path-breaking Study Finds Adults Conceived Through Sperm Donation Suffer Substantial Harm A.L.L. Joins International Call for Ban on In Vitro Technologies…     Woman Kills Wrongly-Implanted Embryos with Morning-After Pill  In a disastrous chain of events, a set of “wanted” embryos quickly became “unwanted” after an artificially impregnated women was informed by her fertility clinic that they had accidentally implanted the embryos of another woman by the same name. The woman’s solution was to take the morning-after pill (which, ironically, pro-abortion forces insist is simply a form of contraception and cannot cause an abortion) and abort the nascent life within her. The Associated Press reports that the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services at the University of Connecticut Health Center has agreed to pay a $ 3,000 fine over the incident, which took place last April, according to state health records. Apparently, a lab technician had removed a batch of human embryos from the storage freezer without following proper procedure. She only matched the last name, but forgot to crosscheck with the last four digits of the woman’s social security number and the medical record number. The lab technician discovered the error a day later – but by then it was too late. The woman had already been implanted with another client’s embryos, which had been on ice for approximately four years. After being told about the error one hour after having the embryos implanted within her, the woman then decided she did not want to...

What Embryology and Science textbooks say about the Beginning of Human Beings

"Just the Facts, Ma'am": It's too bad Sergeant Friday isn't around to help us with the embryonic stem cell debate. by Clark Forsythe, AUL Much of the public promotion for human embryonic research rests on the assumption that the human embryo is not a human being. As a May 2004 letter to USA Today put it (inaccurately), "a gamete about the size of a period at the end of a sentence" is not a human being. [True, a gamete (sex cell, egg or sperm) is not a human being. But the target of embryo research is not gametes; it's embryos.] Here's a reveiw of what contemporary embryology and biology texts say about the beginning of human beings. William Larsen in his 1993 text, Human Embryology, states: "the nuclei of the male and female gametes unite, resulting in the formation of a zygote containing a single diploid [having the full complement of chromosomes] nucleus. Embryonic development is considered to begin at this point." Larsen also states that " the moment of zygote formation may be taken as the beginning or zero time point of embryonic development." Bruce Carlson in his 1994 text, Human Embryology and Developmental Biology, states that "through the mingling of maternal and paternal chromosomes, the zygote is a genetically unique product of chromosomal reassortment." Carlson states that when "the maternal and paternal chromosomes…become organized around the mitotic spindle in preparation for an ordinary mitotic division…the process of fertilization can be said to be complete and the fertilized egg is called a zygote." The one-celled human zygote is properly called an embryo. What is the nature of this...