New Research Casts Significant Shadow on Chemical Abortion


New Research Casts Significant Shadow on Chemical Abortion

Bradley Mattes   |   June 27, 2019

Amazing new research has been published on the chemical abortion pill showing a link between it and depression and anxiety behaviors.  Neuroscientists at Franciscan University spent over three years studying the impact of chemical abortion on rats.  The study found “significant and adverse behavior changes” in the pregnant rats given the abortion drug.  This included loss of appetite, decreased exploratory movement and self-care, and an impact on the ability to reproduce.  This is the first study on the chemical abortion pill not conducted by the abortion industry.  And it raises serious concerns about the mental health effects on women who take the drugs.  This is the type of research that should’ve been conducted before it was released on the market.

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