The 70 Day After Abortion Pill
Much to the delight of abortion advocates, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has loosened its guidelines for the powerful abortion drug, RU-486/Mifepristone, marketed as “Mifeprex.” It may now officially be used up to 70 days gestational age, rather than 49, and administered by non-physicians where allowed by state law — including nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants.
Think about that for a moment: seventy days. That means that, since conception occurs around two weeks after a woman’s last period, the child in her womb could be eight weeks along in development. That’s three quarters of the way through the first trimester! At that stage, the baby’s heart has been beating for five weeks, and has grown up to an inch and a half long. Click here to read more: The 70 Day After Abortion Pill