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Abortion industry responsible for women dying from home use/ self managed abortions – here’s why!

Posted in Abortion death, Abortion pill, Abortionist, ACOG, Gynuity, Home Use Abortion, Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthood Clinical Trials, RU-486, Self Managed Abortion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 27, 2018 by saynsumthn

The abortion industry is now pushing dangerous home abortions

By  |  Via LiveActionNews.org

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When the abortion industry speaks about women dying from “home abortions”, they leave out the fact that historically, they were the ones lined up to assist women in obtaining illegal abortions. Today, the trend seems to be continuing. “Abortion AMA: Can I give myself an abortion?” published weeks ago by Bustle and written by Danielle Campoamor, points out that even though abortion is legal in the US, groups like Women Help Women are advising women on “self managed abortions.”

Image: Bustle promotes self abortions

Bustle promotes self abortions

A June 2018 BBC article reported, “By buying pills online and sharing medical advice through WhatsApp groups, women are increasingly turning to technology to sidestep legal barriers to abortion.” Women on Web, an international group that helps women obtain illegal abortions, suggests women lie about complications and tell the doctors they had a miscarriage instead. Despite warnings against purchasing drugs online, activists Francine Coeytaux and Victoria Nichols created the website, PlanC, to push dangerous home abortions.

Joanna Erdman, assistant professor at Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law in Halifax, told the New York Times that Plan C is the “same feminist ideology of ‘self-help’ that guided the many safe-abortion initiatives before it, including, most notably, the Abortion Counseling Service of Women’s Liberation, or Jane.”

Image: Plan C pushes home abortions

Plan C pushes home abortions

Today, despite Roe v. Wade remaining firmly in place, the industry is pushing a legal version of “home use” abortion.

The move, being tested in clinical trials, would allow the drug Mifeprex to be mailed to women, or obtained over-the-counter at a local pharmacy. Mifeprex is regulated by the FDA under Approved Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS), which ensures that Mifeprex is only dispensed in certain healthcare settings by or under the supervision of a certified prescriber.

The abortion-inducing regimen is made up of two pills: Mifeprex, also known as mifepristone, and misoprostol, which, according to the FDA, will end “an early pregnancy (70 days or less since the first day of the last menstrual period).” Of course, “the pregnancy” is a term for ending the life of a preborn child in the womb. But sometimes these chemicals also claim the lives of their mothers. This process is explained by Dr. Anthony Levatino in the video below:

 

Between May 2009 and February 2011, Clinical Trials “to assess the acceptability of home-use mifepristone” were conducted and reviewed in the United States, Moldova, and the Republic of Nepal, sponsored by Gynuity Health Projects. The sponsor sought to recruit 615 women between 18 to 55 to enroll in the non-randomized study, Uptake and Acceptability of Home-use of Mifepristone for Medical Abortion. The trial within the USA included locations in three states — Georgia, New York and Pennsylvania:

Image: Feminist Women's Health Center home use abortion

Feminist Women’s Health Center home use abortion

Gynuity was founded in 2003 by Beverly Winikoff, M.D., M.P.H, and according to the website, “Winikoff was employed… at the Population Council.. Prior to joining the Council in 1978, she was Assistant Director for Health Sciences, The Rockefeller Foundation.”

Image: Gynuity Home Use Abortion

Senior Clinical Adviser Paul Blumenthal also currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Abortion Federation (NAF).

Gynuity is funded by organizations known for their support of abortion and population control, including:

  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • Planned Parenthood Global
  • Population Council
  • Society for Family Planning
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Image: Abortion by Mail (Screen: The Atlantic)

Abortion by Mail (Screen: The Atlantic)

A report published by the pro-abortion journal ContraceptionAcceptability of Home-use of Mifepristone for Medical Abortion, reviewed a trial conducted from May 2009 through November 2010 at “four urban, demographically diverse clinical sites in New York City, Philadelphia and Atlanta…” which reported, “Four women in the home-use group and five women in the office-use group reported visiting the emergency room (ER) for care related to their abortion.”

Image: Home Use abortions send women to ER (Image: Journal Contraception)

Home Use abortions send women to ER (Image: Journal Contraception)

white paper overview written by authors at the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health at George Washington University states, “More recent studies include one involving 400 women who received care at six US Planned Parenthood centers.” The Planned Parenthood home use study was conducted between April 2013 and June 2014, and results were published in Contraception, titled A prospective, non-randomized study of home use of mifepristone for medical abortion in the U.S, in 2015.

Abortion promoters are currently recruiting for a study at sites in California and Washington, where women will obtain the abortion pill regimen from the pharmacy instead of in the facility itself. Gynuity is also conducting clinical trials for the “Feasibility of Medical Abortion by Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine,” or “mail order” abortion pills at select locations, including Planned Parenthood.

website, Teleabortion, has even been created to recruit for this experiment.

Image: Telabortion website

Telabortion website

While activists in favor of Roe and their complicit media allies claim abortion is safe, recent FDA reports indicate that almost a dozen women, who obtained pills at medical facilities, have died from it, and a thousand have been hospitalized.

Image: RU486 abortion pill deaths updated 2017

RU486 abortion pill deaths updated 2017

The real numbers may be difficult to track since, as Live Action News has previously documented, nearly half of all states do not require complications be reported. In addition, women suffering complications may present to the emergency room claiming they are suffering a miscarriage, without telling the truth about what has really happened.

In the years leading up to Roe v. Wade, advocates openly admitted that a majority of “illegal abortions” were being performed by “reputable physicians.” Past Planned Parenthood president Alan Guttmacher admitted to the Harvard Crimson in 1967 that “Seventy per cent of the illegal abortions in the country are performed by reputable physicians, each thinking himself a knight in white armor.”

Underground groups are already being formed to help commit “cheap, safe” abortions. There are also legal groups dedicated to “liberating” women who commit self-induced abortions. ACOG, which has shown itself to be pro-abortion, has also called for women to not be prosecuted for any self-induced abortions.

Regardless of the legal status of Roe v. Wade, women will continue to die, and the blame should be placed solely at the feet of the people who enable the killing to keep happening.

This article is reprinted with permission. The original appeared here at Live Action News.

Abortion clinic to “honor” Lizz Winstead alongside abortionist at fundraiser

Posted in Abortion clinic, Abortionist, Willie Parker with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 13, 2015 by saynsumthn

A national abortion clinic chain is planning to “honor” comedian Lizz Winstead alongside abortion doctor Willie Parker at an event which will raise money to fund abortions.

A Facebook post published by the Atlanta offices of Feminists Women’s Health Center reads, “Meet Lizz Winstead and Dr. Willie Parker next Thursday, 4/23 at our Stand Up for Reproductive Justice Awards Gala!”

Lizz Winstead Willie Parker FWHC abortion clinic

Comedian Lizz Winstead is co-creator of The Daily Show and co-founder of Lady Parts Justice, a radical pro-abortion website.

Winstead has been a long time advocate of child killing in the womb and the keynote for abortion giant Planned Parenthood in past events.

Dr WIllie Parker Black abortionist Margaret Sanger Award Planned Parenthood 2015 5

Willie Parker is an African American circuit riding abortion doctor who just recently received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award. Sanger was the founder of Planned Parenthood who advocated racist eugenics and her sterilization agenda targeted the African American community.

In an ironic twist, abortionist Willie Parker once implied that it was racist to not provide abortion to Blacks.

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The “Stand Up for Reproductive Justice 2015” event is to take place, Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Twelve Hotel – Atlantic Station located at 361 17th Street Northwest in Atlanta, Georgia.

Just one important note: Those who want to “honor” Lizz Winstead and abortionist Willie Parker should be prepared to dish out a pretty penny :

SURJ event Lizz Winstead Willie Parker

Feminist Women’s Health Center abortion clinic Atlanta Georgia

Posted in Abortion clinic, Abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2014 by saynsumthn

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The Feminist Women’s Health Center (FWHC) abortion clinic in Atlanta, Georgia has been around since 1977.

According to a 2012 990, Nancy Boothe, the executive director of the FWHC makes over $81,000/ year and Rebecca Corvey is a director.

Feminist Women’s Health Center Board of Directors also include:
Nancy Boothe, Nichole Arnault, Janelle Yamarick, Soknetra Gunnells, William Polk, Rosemary Robertson, S. Alexander McCray, Rebeca Wasserman, Drew Slone, Rebecca Corvey, Djana Harp, Monica Melton, Beth Radtke, Kristal Swim, D’Nyce Williams, Darrell Thompson, Marisa Chavez
Nancy Boothe

2012 FWHC Officers

FWHC is a chain of abortion clinics – here is an ad for their California center:

In 2002, the abortionists listed with the FWHC clinic included, Dr. Rony Adams, Dr. Juaquita Callaway, Dr. Gerald Rehert

Dr Juaquita CallowayDr. Juaquita Callaway

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In 2008, Dr. Tyrone Malloy was the only abortionist listed on the FWHC 990.

In 2009, the abortionists (doctors) working at the abortion clinic chain are : Tyrone Malloy and TAMER MIDDLETON

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FWHC Docs

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But by 2012 the abortionist/doctor working at the clinic remained the same.

FWHC Docs 2012

Tamer Middleton graduated from Morehouse School Of Medicine and according to her medical board records works for Grady Memorial Hospital Systems

Tyrone Malloy graduated from JOHNS HOPKINS and works at the following hospitals: DEKALB MEDICAL CENTER, ATLANTA MEDICAL CENTER,DECATUR HOSPITAL,EMORY UNIVERSITY – Malloy has been disciplined by the state of Georgia:

Tyrone Malloy Discipline

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drmalloyTyrone Malloy is no stranger to this blogger. Feminist Women’s Health Center Abortionist Tyrone Malloy was involved in the 2009 abortion related death of a 23 year-old patient and was indicted in 2011 by a Georgia DeKalb County grand jury for two counts of Medicaid fraud. Read more Here here and here

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One mystery remains in this list of directors of this abortion clinic.

Is Rebecca Corvey of the abortion clinic the CFO & Secretary of the Feminist Women’s Center the same RC who is the Dean of Health Sciences of Middle Georgia State College?

Rebecca Corvey Nursing

if anyone knows the answer to this, post a comment- thanks.