Doesn’t a woman have the right to choose the abortion reversal pill?

Thursday, 14 September 2017, 03:26:40 AM. Over 300 mothers have successfully rescued their children from abortion through the new medical intervention.
Share Opinion This article first appeared on the Daily Signal. If there was any doubt about California’s status as the nation’s standard-bearer for abortion, a recent letter sent by the state’s Board of Registered Nursing should clear that up in a jiffy. Acting at the behest of abortion activists in the state Legislature and online media, the board—which is overseen by California’s Department of Consumer Affairs—reversed its decision from just a month prior, demanding that Heartbeat International “cease and desist” educating nurses on a breakthrough medical intervention that can allow a woman to halt a chemical abortion. Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Since doctors Matthew Harrison and George Delgado published initial research in 2012, over 350 doctors have joined the Abortion Pill Reversal network, preparing themselves to follow the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol with patients of their own. The results on the ground have been significant, with over 300 mothers successfully rescuing their children from abortion through the new medical intervention. A baby lets off steam before racing in the NYC Triathlon's annual Diaper Derby, July 14, 2017, in New York City. Around 30 infants raced in several heats across a 12-foot course as their parents urged them on from either end. DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Later that same year, Heartbeat International—a pro-life pregnancy help network that serves 2,200 affiliates worldwide and operates a 24/7 pregnancy...Read more
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