Voices For Life

Voices for Life is an e-publication dedicated to informing and educating the public on pro-life and pro-family issues. We cover issues from conception until natural death, as well as all family life issues.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Painful Early Abortions



Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance


The more technology advances, the clearer the horror of abortion becomes.

For example, researchers have long agreed that unborn babies can feel pain after twenty weeks.

But a recent study suggests that unborn babies may be able to feel pain much earlier.

Using the latest technology to build a 3D cellular model of the unborn baby, researchers discovered an “adult-like pattern of skin innervation” as early as just five weeks.

That means that at just five weeks, before many women even know they are pregnant, these unborn babies can already feel pain.

In fact, researchers say that the pain may be worse during the early stages of pregnancy.

Yet abortionists somehow have no problem ripping these babies apart or sucking them out of their mothers’ wombs with a vacuum powerful enough to crush a tin can -- thus ending innocent lives.

Of course we all know that from the moment of conception the unborn have their own unique DNA separate from the mother’s.

And in just the first few weeks, unborn babies already have fingers and toes, measurable brainwaves, and a beating heart.


 
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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for being a strong voice against abortions! We need to speak up for these little children who don't have their own voice.

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