The fact that there is an antidote to the "abortion pill" for women who regret having taken the abortion pill is not common knowledge. It looks like the National Health Service in England is trying to make sure that it remains little known and little used as they clamp down on physicians who prescribe the antidote. The following cases illustrate the issue.
First from LifeNews,
Pro-life doctors in the United Kingdom are being punished for helping women save their unborn babies through the abortion pill reversal procedure.
The pro-abortion group open Democracy rejoiced this week after its undercover investigation into UK doctors providing abortion pill reversal procedures resulted in one doctor being investigated and placed on “interim conditions” at work.
According to the group, the UK General Medical Council prohibited Dr. Eileen Reilly from practicing medicine without supervision at a hearing in May. It also is conducting an investigation to determine whether further discipline is warranted.
Reilly is being punished because she offers abortion pill reversal treatments to mothers who regret their abortions and want to save their babies’ lives. An OB-GYN, she said she offers the life-saving treatment outside her regular job, and UK doctors have helped about 100 women and babies thus far.
The abortion pill reversal protocol has saved more than 2,000 babies’ lives across the world since its invention. An updated application of a treatment used for decades to prevent miscarriage, it reverses the effects of the first abortion drug with doses of progesterone.
And from the DailyMail comes this report,
An NHS doctor has been banned from trying to save the babies of women who regret starting controversial 'pills-by-post' abortions introduced because of the pandemic.
Since GP surgeries and clinics closed in lockdown, women have been able to carry out terminations at home by swallowing two powerful pills over 48 hours.
But hospital consultant Dermot Kearney has treated dozens of women who changed their minds after taking the first pill by prescribing a sex hormone which he claims reverses its effects.
Research and medical experts indicate that the treatment is safe and effective. The American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians and Gynecologists supports it, and even a prestigious Yale School of Medicine doctor told the New York Times that the treatment “makes biological sense,” and he would recommend it to his own daughter.
Dr. Kearney, who is president of the Catholic Medical Association, says the anguished women turned to him in desperation after the NHS provided no solution to their predicament, and he believes his interventions may have saved dozens of babies.
Hooray for Dr. Eileen Reilly and Dr. Dermot Kearney for doing what all physicians are supposed to do, saving lives.
Physicians at the NHS have forsaken their oath to Medicine and instead have sworn allegiance to Molech.
The NHS has as its Medical Director, Professor Stephen Powis. He is also Professor of Renal Medicine at University College London.
Previously he was Medical Director (and latterly Group Chief Medical Officer) of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust from 2006 to 2018. Professor Powis was also a member of the governing body of Merton Clinical Commissioning Group for five years and a Director of Healthcare Services Laboratories LLP. He is a past chairman of the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board Specialty Advisory Committee for Renal Medicine and a former board member of Medical Education England. He was Director of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education for UCL Partners from 2010-13. He is a past treasurer and trustee of the British Transplantation Society and a former member of the UK Transplant Kidney Pancreas Advisory Group.
A certain political party in the past used doctors to do its dirty work as well.
God help us.