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  • Birth Control Market Evolves as Over The Counter "Opill" hits US Stores

    04/16/2024 3:06:49 PM PDT · by CondoleezzaProtege · 9 replies
    Biospace ^ | Apr 10, 2024 | Neil Versel
    The market for oral contraception is being turned upside-down as Perrigo has begun shipping Opill to thousands of retail stores nationwide, to be sold as the first over-the-counter birth control pill in the U.S. The FDA approved Opill July 2023 as an OTC birth control option. Perrigo did not publicly release sales projections for the product, and The Motley Fool reported last July that the company is “quite unlikely” to generate $110 million per quarter—the value needed to “make a significant dent” in overall company revenues. The current U.S. prescription birth control pill market is likely worth about $3 billion...
  • Married Washington nurse accused of 'forcing abortion pills inside his pregnant girlfriend during sex - before he and wife tried to pay her off to stop their lives being ruined'

    03/23/2024 8:36:16 PM PDT · by Morgana · 21 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | March 23, 2024 | Will Potter
    A married Washington nurse is accused of forcing abortion pills inside his pregnant girlfriend after he allegedly groomed when he met her as a patient. David Benjamin Coots, 49, was arrested on March 11 and charged with assault, rape and witness tampering. The nurse, who is married with five children, was employed at the MultiCare Gig Harbor Medical Park in Gig Harbor, Washington. His staff page has been removed. Coots' wife Melissa is also accused of witness tampering after she and Coots allegedly turned up at the woman's home and offered her money in exchange for not pressing charges and...
  • CVS, Walgreens say they’ll start dispensing abortion pill mifepristone

    03/02/2024 12:58:16 PM PST · by thecodont · 18 replies
    CNN ^ | Updated 8:04 PM EST, Fri March 1, 2024 | By Meg Tirrell and Nikki Carvajal, CNN
    CNN - CVS and Walgreens said they’ve received certification to dispense mifepristone, a pill that’s part of a regimen for medication abortion, and will start making the medicine available in a limited number of states where it’s legal. CVS told CNN that it’ll begin filling prescriptions for mifepristone in Massachusetts and Rhode Island “in the weeks ahead” and plans to expand to more states, “where allowed by law, on a rolling basis.” Walgreens told CNN that it expects to start dispensing mifepristone within a week, “consistent with federal and state laws,” and is beginning in “select locations” in New York,...
  • Texas Attorney Given 180 Days in Jail For Attempting To Murder His Preborn Child

    02/11/2024 7:46:38 AM PST · by Morgana · 14 replies
    mrc NewsBusters ^ | February 9, 2024 | Tierin-Rose Mandelburg
    In 2022, Mason Herring, a Texas attorney, dissolved numerous abortion pills in his wife’s cup of water. Though the baby in Catherine Herring’s womb ended up surviving the attempted murder, Mr. Herring pleaded guilty Wednesday to poisoning his wife. The Herrings were reportedly going through marital struggles back in 2022 but decided to start working on their relationship more as time went on. In February, Mrs. Herring became pregnant. Then, starting in March, Mr. Herring began slipping the pill Cyrux, an abortion pill sold in Mexico, into his wife’s drinks. (Cyrux is the same as misoprostol, the first of two...
  • Pregnant 19-year-old attacked with screwdriver, blade: Boyfriend arrested, wanted to give her abortion pills

    01/21/2024 12:21:17 AM PST · by Morgana · 7 replies
    The Indian Express ^ | January 14, 2024 | Arnabjit Sur
    Three days after a 19-year-old pregnant woman was found brutally stabbed with a shaving blade and screwdriver in East Delhi’s Mayur Vihar, police Saturday arrested her 20-year-old boyfriend. According to police, the accused claimed he wanted to give her abortion pills but she refused as she wanted to marry him. The accused, Yogesh Dhedha, is a first-year student at an open college and lives with his mother and sister in Chilla Village. He was traced after police scanned almost 100 CCTVs around the area, since the crime scene was not covered by security cameras, and questioned 50 witnesses, including shopkeepers....
  • Mom shares journey from chemical abortion sadness to Abortion Pill Reversal joy on Capitol Hill

    01/20/2024 11:44:47 PM PST · by Morgana · 16 replies
    Pregnancy Help News ^ | January 20, 2024 | Lisa Bourne
    Federal lawmaker staff members heard about the joy of saving your child’s life from chemical abortion this week as Heartbeat International hosted a Congressional briefing on the life-saving Abortion Pill Reversal protocol. Heartbeat regularly takes moms and their children to Capitol Hill to raise awareness of pregnancy help and educate Members of Congress that pregnancy help organizations are good for America. APR mom Katelynn bravely told her story of feeling like she had no choice but abortion when facing an unplanned pregnancy, and of how she immediately regretted taking the chemical abortion pill, changed her mind, found the Abortion Pill...
  • Three more states allowed to join Texas as plaintiffs in abortion pill lawsuit against FDA

    01/18/2024 10:19:05 AM PST · by Morgana · 1 replies
    Live Action News ^ | January 18, 2024 | Cassy Fiano-Chesser
    In December, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. U.S. Food and Drug Administration case, in which restrictions surrounding mifepristone will be considered. Originally, the state of Texas was the only one in the country included in the lawsuit, but a judge has ruled that three more will be allowed to join in as well. U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk granted a motion allowing Idaho, Missouri, and Kansas to join as plaintiffs in the lawsuit. The states argued that the case will affect them, particularly as “out-of-state organizations are sending thousands of abortion...
  • Canadian Pharmacists Association pushes baby killing

    01/16/2024 6:19:04 AM PST · by Morgana · 4 replies
    Campaign Life Coalition ^ | January 10, 2024 | Pete Baklinski
    The Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) appears to have completely lost its way with its recent release of a pharmacists’ toolkit aimed at killing developing children. Earlier this week, the association, which bills itself as the national voice for the practice of pharmacy in Canada, enthusiastically posted on social media links to learning videos and pamphlets aimed at killing the youngest members of the human family. “Micro-learning videos on medication abortion to support pharmacists are available,” the January 8 post stated. “These 5 videos provide all the information you need to know as you dispense the medications to end a pregnancy...
  • Later gestations and less medical oversight - The dire consequences of today’s chemical abortions

    01/16/2024 6:08:28 AM PST · by Morgana · 3 replies
    Pregnancy Help News ^ | January 15, 2024 | Christa Brown
    Big Abortion has long prepared for the day with less abortion providers, more healthcare regulation, fewer abortion facilities, and increased state restrictions. The abortion lobby has swapped abortion chemicals for abortion surgeries of the past. Many throughout the world have worked to create ways to get deadly chemicals into the hands of women – including women with advanced gestations – quickly and without medical oversight. Abortion is now readily available to any woman no matter where she resides in the world or what her local law dictates. Who is having late chemical abortions? Women choosing chemicals to end their pregnancies...
  • The startling reality of forced abortion

    01/16/2024 5:54:40 AM PST · by Morgana · 8 replies
    Pregnancy Help News ^ | January 12, 2024 | Christa Brown
    Maggie* was trapped in an abusive relationship and the threats of increased violence forbade her to leave. On a cold January night in 2024, her husband beat her and then forced abortion medication into her mouth. With little hope left, Maggie swallowed the pill, finally agreeing with him that she could not bring a child into this home. After he was asleep, she made a bold decision to finally leave. She called her sister who arrived quickly to take her away. After sharing with her sister of the imminent abortion, she also shared her deep regret and love for her...
  • “It’s no longer just about abortion clinics” - 40 Days for Life advocate takes campaign to drugstore

    01/11/2024 7:13:20 PM PST · by Morgana
    Pregnancy Help News ^ | January 10, 2024 | Tabitha Goodling
    A Wisconsin woman took the 40 Days of Life prayer vigil to the front of a Walgreens this past year. Typically, when we think of the 40 Days of Life movement, we think of people gathering to pray for the unborn in front of abortion clinics. With the recent increase in medical abortions by means of one’s local pharmacy, the setting for such prayer is expanding. U.S. pharmacies were given approval by the FDA at the start of 2023 to provide the abortion pill. Joni Davison started participating in the prayer outreach in the 2023 spring campaign. “It’s no longer...
  • Complications from abortion in PA have tripled in the last five years, new report shows.

    01/10/2024 7:59:49 PM PST · by Morgana · 3 replies
    Pennsylvania Family Institute ^ | January 10, 2024 | Dan Bartkowiak
    As we start the new year, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has released their annual report on abortion and, once again, it shows more abortions, more complications from abortion, and more problems that Pennsylvania needs to correct. In 2022, there were 34,838 abortions reported in Pennsylvania, the highest number of annual abortions in the last ten years. Here are some takeaways from this latest state report: 1. Over 95 abortions every day in PA in 2022. Over the last five years, nearly 5,000 more babies have been aborted annually (2017: 30,011 | 2022: 34,838). Of note, the 2022 total is...
  • Of Her 4 Abortions, Nothing Scarred Kelly Like the Chemical One

    01/10/2024 3:11:38 AM PST · by Morgana · 39 replies
    The Washington Stand ^ | January 9, 2024 | Suzanne Bowdey
    She wasn’t even old enough to drive when she had her first abortion. At the tender age of 15, Kelly — like so many girls — was haunted by the surgery. So by 19, when she found herself in the same situation, pregnant with a child she didn’t want, she decided to try something else: chemical abortion. She thought it would be “easier, less traumatic,” but it wasn’t. Instead, she says, “it was one of the most horrific experiences of my life.” Kelly would go on to have two more abortions after this one, but nothing compared to this nightmare....
  • Chemical Abortion Nightmare: 'Baby's Heart Was Still Beating'

    01/06/2024 12:53:43 AM PST · by Morgana · 6 replies
    mrc NewsBusters ^ | January 5, 2024 | Tierin-Rose Mandelburg
    A video from a YouTube account called “Ivan the Evangelist” was shared by Students for Life America on social media Thursday afternoon and detailed one woman’s horrific experience after taking an abortion pill. Now, users online are blasting Planned Parenthood and the chemical abortion process for its prioritization of killing babies over keeping women out of harms way. “The last abortion I had I actually saw the baby come out,” Desiree, the woman in the video started with. She explained how she went to a Planned Parenthood location and two doctors came into her room and gave her a chemical...
  • Abortion pill investor Warren Buffett created ‘church’ to get women illegal abortions

    12/03/2023 8:05:14 PM PST · by Morgana · 14 replies
    Live Action News ^ | January 11, 2023 | Carole Novielli
    Warren Buffett is a philanthropist whose billions have been funneled to pro-abortion organizations for decades, including many behind the expansion of the abortion pill. While some of this is well-known among pro-lifers, what is less known is that Buffett was also instrumental in creating a “church” as a front for referring women for illegal abortions prior to Roe v. Wade — a “church” that eventually merged into Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. Warren Buffett’s abortion pill philanthropy Warren Buffett’s Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation was among the original investors in Danco Laboratories, the U.S. abortion pill manufacturer. In addition, the Washington Post...
  • CVS pharmacist confuses IVF medication with abortion drugs, killing two preborn babies

    10/20/2023 2:48:56 PM PDT · by Morgana · 34 replies
    Life Site News ^ | October 11, 2023 | Calvin Freiburger
    LAS VEGAS (LifeSiteNews) – Two CVS pharmacists had their licenses suspended for accidentally giving a customer abortion drugs instead of in vitro fertilization (IVF) medication, but the woman who lost two preborn children as a result says their apologies “will never be good enough.” Las Vegas CBS affiliate 8 News Now reported that in 2019 mother of four Timika Thomas decided to try for a fifth child and turned to IVF due to a medical history that included two ectopic pregnancies and tubal ligation. Eventually, her doctor prescribed a vaginal suppository meant to stimulate production of pregnancy hormones, which was...
  • Russia makes startling change to its abortion pill distribution

    10/20/2023 1:20:33 PM PDT · by Morgana · 27 replies
    Life Site News ^ | October 9, 2023 | Bridget Sielicki
    Russia’s Ministry of Health announced Tuesday that it will be restricting abortion pill access from September 1, 2024 through 2030. Under the new restriction, a doctor’s prescription will be required to obtain the abortion pill drugs mifepristone and misoprostol at a pharmacy. Pharmacies and hospitals wishing to dispense the abortion pill must also have a special license, and they must report how many pills they have sold. This is a significant change from the current law, which allows women to get abortion pills for free from any pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription. According to The Moscow Times, the Health Ministry...
  • RNM identifies abortion clinic employee offering illegal abortion at her home (Mugshot)

    08/28/2023 12:10:37 PM PDT · by Morgana · 9 replies
    Religion News Service ^ | August 25, 2023 | Clifton French
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has confirmed the identity of the woman who offered an undercover reporter and illegal abortion at her home for $500. RNM has confirmed she is 57-year-old Bridget Bridgeforth. RNM was able to confirm her identity through court records that matched her first name and the address she gave. It turns out, Bridgeforth has a history of criminal behavior including possession of illegal drugs. According to court records, Bridgeforth was booked into the Shelby County jail for possession of cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia in August of 2020. She took a plea deal and was sentenced...
  • LISTEN: Abortion clinic employee offers undercover reporter illegal abortion at her home

    08/27/2023 11:40:18 PM PDT · by Morgana · 7 replies
    Real News Michiana ^ | August 24, 2023 | Clifton French
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An employee for the Indianapolis based Clinic for Women abortion clinic offered to give an undercover reporter with REAL News Michiana an illegal abortion at her home for $500 on Wednesday. This comes one day after Indiana’s abortion ban went into effect. RNM had multiple phone calls with the employee. All of them were recorded. RNM reporter Clifton French first called the clinic at 3:39pm on Wednesday after being tipped off that the clinic was closing. French posed as an 8-week pregnant transgender man by the name of Randall Fisher attempting to schedule an appointment in the...
  • Judge Rules West Virginia Can Ban Abortion Pill, Protect Babies From Abortions

    08/26/2023 10:23:46 PM PDT · by Morgana · 6 replies
    Life News ^ | August 25, 2023 | Steven Ertelt
    A judge has issued a ruling confirming that the state of West Virginia can ban the dangerous abortion pill to protect women and save babies from abortions. The abortion drug manufacturer GenBioPro filed a lawsuit that challenges a ban on abortion drugs in West Virginia. GenBioPro, which manufactures the generic chemical abortion drug mifepristone, asked the court to render the state’s pro-life laws unconstitutional, claiming that Congress gave the Food and Drug Administration the power to mandate nationwide access to dangerous chemical abortions—preempting West Virginia’s duly-enacted pro-life laws that protect the lives of the unborn and mothers. But a federal...