Although abortion advocates have dismissed the life-saving treatment as "junk science," dozens of women are now publicly sharing their success stories, putting faces and names to the human beings who are alive today because of Abortion Pill Reversal.
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Geno says that she has experienced just about every outcome of pregnancy—good and bad: She was blessed to be placed for adoption as an infant; she has two daughters of her own; and regrettably, she has also experienced an abortion. Filled with questions and fantasies, young Geno was fascinated by the idea of one day meeting her birth mother.
Following a temporary suspension for allegedly "harmful or dangerous content," Abortion Pill Reversal's YouTube channel is once again up and running after YouTube admitted the suspension was a mistake.
One doctor is saying the baby's no good, not viable, get rid of it. And then the other is saying, 'No, no, no, we can preserve this life.' So when they made the choice to follow the life-affirming doctor's advice, that was really a leap of faith for them.
Across the country, Washington D.C. is well known in the pro-life movement as a haven for abortion on-demand. Not only does the nation's capital have zero laws regulating or restricting abortions, it also uses taxpayer dollars to fund them.
Marking a major victory for pro-life, Family Life Services recently moved into an unlikely space: the building of a former Planned Parenthood.