RU-486 Wrap Up

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When chemical abortion was first coming out, we tried to speculate what the overall effect would be. Now LifeSiteNews is featuring a comprehensive analysis from National Right to Life, of the causes and effects of RU-486.

One of the upshots is, that women victimized by chemical abortion are in one way, actually more traumatized, because they more immediately see the direct results of their action without abortion professionals present to provide disinformation and misinterpret their prognosis.

Therefore, as predicted at the time RU-486 was first rolled-out, there is a great, unmet need for follow-up for women who have undergone this trauma.


5 reasons behind the abortion industry’s push for chemical abortions

Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D, National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund, Director of Education & Research

Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D, National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund, Director of Education & Research

by Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D, National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund, Director of Education & Research

April 11, 2013 (National Right to Life News) – When RU-486, the abortion pill, was approved for sale in America in September of 2000, this two-drug chemical abortion technique didn’t simply appear out of the blue. It was the result of the years of planning, research, and market analysis by the abortion industry, the culmination of a long term strategy put in place decades earlier. Today, that strategy is playing out in clinics all across America and around the world.

So what was it the abortion industry saw? And what did they hope to accomplish by adding chemical abortifacients to their already deadly arsenal? Here are five reasons behind the abortion industry’s push of the abortion pill and an indication of how far they’ve gotten in fulfilling their awful aims:

Reason 1. The Need for an Abortion Makeover

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