Friday, March 17

RU-486 Death Toll

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the world’s leading provider of abortifacient services and procedures, has insisted it will continue to dispense the controversial "morning after" abortion drug, RU-486, despite a recent spate of deaths in women who used the drug after visiting its affiliated clinics. Though the infamous organization said it will immediately adjust the application of the final course of treatments in the procedure, two new deaths "do not offer sufficient warrant" to suspend prescribing the drug--also known as Mifeprex or Mifepristone.

According to U.S. health regulators, the newest victims of Planned Parenthood’s medical machinations bring the RU-486 death toll to seven adult patients since 2001.


MH said...

Nothing makes my blood boils so much as abortion. The only word that comes to mind for any arguement for it is 'senseless.' Maybe there's something I don't understand, or maybe it really is just one of the worst ideas mankind ever came up with (and that's saying something!).

GrannyGrump said...

Four of the seven US women to die got their abortion drugs at Planned Parenthood, and two at National Abortion Federation facilities. Only Brenda Vise, the woman with an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy, got hers at a fly-by-night abortion mill.

If this is the care women get at the "best" facilities, what is happening to the women at the seedy places?

Lilithravengirl said...

I am so greatful for people like Lou Engle and the Justice House of Prayer who are daily makig a stand against abortion. God has put it on his heart to see abortion abolished in his lifetime.. just as Wilberforce fought to see slavery abolished.