With the shrinking number of abortionists, there’s more pressure on medical students to train in abortion. So Students for Life of America is launching a new project. It’s called Medical Students for Life. Its goal is to connect pro-life students at medical schools throughout the country. It will equip them with the resources they need to share the pro-life message with their fellow students. These resources come at a time when many of them face pressure to get into the abortion industry. Students for Life understands medical personnel are on the front lines of the life-and-death battle of abortion. If the number of abortionists continues to decline, more babies and their parents will be spared the tragedy of abortion. Visit today’s broadcast link at life issues dot org for more details.
In Japan, an investigation is underway after 21-year-old Jin Mimae allegedly snuck his 18-year-old girlfriend two separate doses of Mifepristone, the first of the two-drug chemical abortion regimen. This drug kills the preborn child by blocking progesterone, a necessary pregnancy hormone. The child’s mother was about 5 weeks along and, unsurprisingly, became sick after being unknowingly drugged. The abortion attempt succeeded in October 2020. Tokyo Reporter wrote: Upon his arrest on suspicion of attempted abortion without consent on February 22, Mimae admitted to the allegations. “I didn’t want to marry her,” the suspect was quoted by police. “Because of