January 7, 2022

Abortion Pill Reversal Network Celebrates 3K Lives Saved

Heartbeat International, the organization that manages the Abortion Pill Rescue Network (APRN), announced on Thursday that the network had reached the milestone of 3,000 lives saved!

“Each of these children are miracles walking among us!” said Christa Brown, director of Medical Impact for Heartbeat International. “It's extraordinary that each of these 3,000 thriving children were once counted as an abortion statistic. Fast forward to today and each of these children is now irreplaceable in their communities and families.”

Abortion pill reversal (APR) is a process by which the effects of the first pill used in the abortion pill regimen are negated. This first pill, mifepristone, causes the death of an unborn child by blocking the pregnancy hormone progesterone. Progesterone facilitates the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the child. By blocking this hormone, mifepristone essentially starves and suffocates the child to death. During APR, the mother is prescribed additional progesterone to counter this effect. Progesterone has been used as a treatment to prevent miscarriages since the 1950s.

If a mother who has taken mifepristone regrets her decision, she can call the abortion pill reversal hotline, which is operated 24/7, and she will be connected to a medical professional who can help her try to save her child. That hotline is 1-877-558-0333.

This milestone comes despite the suppression of APR ads by big tech companies such as Google and Facebook.