It’s not exactly news to any pro-lifer who’s been paying attention, but experts now confirm the abortifacient potential of the so-called “morning-after” pill.
The most recent scientific study on Levonorgestrel, the essential component of the “morning-after pill” or “emergency contraceptive,” confirms that the drug does indeed have a third effect on users, which consists in preventing the implantation of a fertilized ovum in the womb of the mother.
Abortion promoters who have been trying to get their foot in the door in heavily Catholic Latin America have insisted to government regulators that the pill is not abortifacient, despite common sense and all evidence to the contrary. Now, armed with yet more scientific evidence, pro-lifers can continue to fight culture of death in their countries.
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