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  • The FDA Adopts the Abortion Industry Standards for the Mifeprex (RU-486) Abortion Regimen

    by Arina Grossu

    April 18, 2016: On March 30, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced changes to the labeling for the Mifeprex® (RU-486) abortion regimen. With these modifications, the FDA accepted wholesale the "off-label" regimen now being used by abortion providers like Planned Parenthood. These changes will greatly lower the already inadequate safety standards that had been put in place when the drug was first approved by the Clinton FDA in 2000. Below this brief description and initial analysis of the changes approved by the FDA, FRC summarizes the most recent adverse event data available, an FDA report from 2011, of the Mifeprex abortion regimen.

  • Investigating Planned Parenthood and Research Using Aborted Babies

    by Arina Grossu

    February 01, 2016: The purpose of this issue analysis is to investigate Planned Parenthood's abortion practices and its harvesting of aborted babies. This information is meant to synthesize what we know of Planned Parenthood, its aborted baby parts harvesting, the operations of biotech companies involved in this industry, and its end consumers, including NIH and FDA taxpayer-funded programs. Planned Parenthood performs about 30 percent of all abortions in the U.S.

  • On the Anniversary of Gosnell Conviction, Let's Pass a Fetal Pain Ban

    by Arina Grossu

    May 13, 2015: Two years ago on May 13th, late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell was found guilty of first degree murder in the deaths of three infants and involuntary manslaughter of Karnamaya Mongar, a young woman he butchered during an abortion. While he was convicted on only four counts, hundreds of similar incidents were reported. He was also convicted of twenty-one felony counts of illegal late-term abortion beyond Pennsylvania's twenty-four week abortion limit.

  • Feminine Genius and the Sexual Difference

    by Arina Grossu

    April 22, 2015: "Sometimes we're too machista and don't allow room for the woman" was Pope Francis' heartfelt response in January to a young Filipino girl who shared with him her harrowing tale of life on the street and questioned the meaning of suffering. "But the woman is able to see things with a different eye than men. Women are able to pose questions that we men are not able to understand," the Pope continued.

  • Safe Haven Laws and the Babies Whose Lives Hang in the Balance

    by Arina Grossu

    April 09, 2015: What if one person can make a big difference? He can. Meet Pastor Lee Jong-rak. He is the unlikely lead character in a new award-winning documentary called The Drop Box which narrates his heroic efforts to save children at risk of dying by abandonment in his native South Korea. Inspired by his son with a disability, Pastor Lee built a baby box embedded in the side of his house that can be opened from both the exterior and the interior to save other vulnerable children. It is a padded, heated box with sensors that alert Pastor Lee and his staff when someone places a baby inside.

  • Who Wronged Aurora and Why Her Life Matters

    by Arina Grossu

    April 09, 2015: By now the horrific story about Michelle Wilkins' 7 month old preborn Aurora being ripped from her mother's womb in Colorado has dominated headlines throughout the country. Dynel Lane, the perpetrator, was charged with eight felonies by the Boulder County District Attorney's office. Yet one charge was visibly missing: the murder of baby Aurora. A new poll reveals that 76% of Americans agree that an attacker who causes the death of a woman's preborn child should be charged with murder. Colorado has devastatingly failed Aurora.

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