Should pregnant women be told that a chemical abortion can be reversed?

The "pro-choice" Planned Parenthood abortion providers doesn't think that women should be informed by their doctors. They dispute that it can be done, although a physician claims that he has done it. Although Planned Parenthood and others in the abortion industry back laws that would force doctors to tell their pregnant patients that abortion is available elsewhere, they are against any law that would force doctors to tell their pregnant patients that chemical abortions can be reversed.

Here's the full story:

Although Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) claims that they stand for “a woman’s right tofetus chose,” the organization tweeted last week condemning women’s choice to have an “Abortion Reversal.”

PPFA was referring to a procedure discovered by two pro-life doctors that has reversed the effects of the “abortion pill,” RU-486, and saved lives.
Yes, the source of this story is a pro-life publication. If that bothers you, shouldn't we disregard stories that are sourced from the pro-choice side? Like the Guttmacher Institute?

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  • You know I would have something in my quiver on your quest to impose your view of Catholic Women's Health. Take a look at this article in the Northwest Indiana Times "Residents concerned about religious implications of NWI hospital merger" Franciscan Hospitals want to take over Methodist Hospital and create a near monopoly. "If the merger is completed, Community Hospital in Munster would be the only non-Catholic hospital in Lake County. (St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart, St. Catherine Hospital in East Chicago and the Franciscan hospitals in Crown Point, Dyer, Hammond and Munster all operate in accordance with ethical and religious directives outlined by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. ... Franciscan declined to explain what medical treatments the system permits. 'Franciscan is engaged in discussions with Methodist and, until those discussions are completed, we cannot comment,' said Michael Shepherd, a spokesman for Franciscan Alliance." Note also that Franciscan also doesn't support tying tubes, birth control, and even inducing labor before the fetus dies (which hits me as hypocrisy).

    Again, I bet we hear the sound of silence from you on this issue.

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