Saturday, August 12, 2017

California Board of Nursing Green-Lights “Abortion Pill Reversal” Courses

By Jay Hobbs
National Right to Life

While it continues to be a sore spot for its pro-abortion deniers, the science behind Abortion Pill Reversal is compelling enough to gain the blessing of California’s Board of Registered Nursing, the board announced July 28.

Following an audit that lasted well over a year, the board notified pro-life affiliation networks Heartbeat International and National Institutes of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) they were each cleared to train nurses on a process that has saved over 300 lives since 2007.

Under particular scrutiny were classes on Abortion Pill Reversal, a medical intervention that has been pioneered by doctors George Delgado and Matthew Harrison and now includes a network of 350 physicians throughout the U.S.
“We’re grateful to California’s Board of Registered Nursing for their professionalism and diligence throughout this process,” Heartbeat International president Jor-El Godsey said. “Every nurse needs to know the truth about abortion—including the truth that a woman can change her mind in some cases even after the abortion has begun.”
Pro-Abortion Science Deniers

In spite of over 300 mothers who have rescued their children through Abortion Pill Reversal after having started a medication abortion, pro-abortion advocates have repeatedly opposed the practice as it has gained traction throughout the medical community and in the political arena.

Slapping it with the label of “junk science,” Abortion Pill Reversal deniers have resisted efforts in many states—most notably in Arizona—that would require abortion providers to inform a patient she could choose to potentially save her child even after she has taken the first of the two-pill chemical abortion regimen.

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