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Topics: Misoprostol

Triumph for Independence and Life in Peru



  LIMA, PERU. Population Research Institute (PRI) exposed an an illegal pro-abortion website and had it removed. Abortion is currently illegal in the christian country of Peru, but the international population control movement tried to give desperate Peruvian women empty solutions via a blog acting as a “safe abortion hotline”. The pro-abortion movement regularly uses such blogs to gain a foothold into countries which prohibit abortions. By sending women misoprostol (a synthetic prostaglandin which induces …

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Women Deliver: Gates Global Push for Abortion Continues



The Malaysia conference highlights how to market a drug for one thing and use it for another, how euphemisms work and how it is up to government to create demand for contraception. It's being billed as "the largest global event of the decade to focus on the health and empowerment of girls and women." But it is also very obviously a conference designed to reduce populations of developing nations by promoting a Western-style sexual revolution …

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Attending the Abortionists’ Annual Pep Rally



How do abortionists talk when they get together? We went undercover at the International Federation of Professional Abortion and Contraception Associates (FIAPAC) annual meeting of abortionists, clinic workers and champions of abortion-on-demand to find out.

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Ipas or IPPF?



The Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA) is small, lightweight and concealable—perfect for performing illegal abortions in Latin America. Ipas began life in 1973 as a one-trick pony. It was spun off of the Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina, Capel Hill, to manufacture, distribute and promote a single deadly device, a manually operated suction abortion device called a Manual Vacuum Aspirator, or MVA for short. But it has battened on foundation grants over …

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Illegal Abortion Hot-Lines: A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn.  They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hot-lines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hot-lines are told about the abortifacient drug, misoprostol.  They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it abort themselves. …

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Global Monitor



A Conspiracy So Vast … The Misoprostol Conundrum Misoprostol is not just a problem in Latin America. [For more information on the Misoprostol crisis facing the pro-life movement, please visit our Latin American website, at http://www.lapop.org. Ed.] Virtually every abortion-minded international group has signed on to promote chemical abortion by means of Misoprostol. It is not just IPPF, Ipas, Ibis, Guttmacher, Marie Stopes and Gynuity but also the World Bank, World Health Organization, and the …

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News from Latin America: Illegal Abortion Hotlines, A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn. They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hotlines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hotlines are told about the abortifacient drug, Misoprostol. They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it to …

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Misoprostol and the Hidden Pro-Life Crisis



The pro-abortion movement is moving stealthily to open another front in the abortion wars. Its name is misoprostol. Misoprostol is most well-known as the active ingredient in Cytotec, a prescription drug whose FDA-approved usage is to relieve gastric ulcers. Misoprostol has proven very effective in this regard, and it has also been used to treat women who are hemorrhaging from a spontaneous miscarriage, or following childbirth. This is the good news. The bad news is …

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