7:00 PM Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Dr. Christina Francis
CEO of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Abortion Pill Rescue: The Latest Updates from the Medical Field
After taking the first of two pills in a chemical abortion, women often immediately regret their action. When they seek help quickly enough, Abortion Pill Rescue (APR) can reverse the effect of the pill and save their baby's life. Truly a "second chance at choice," APR has already saved more than 4,000 children around the world and offered more peaceful, healthy futures to their mothers.
Yet as more abortion supporters learn of APR, increasing numbers of them see it as a threat to the abortion industry. So rather than living their "pro-choice" stance by offering another option to women in crisis, abortion rights advocates are working to prevent APR from becoming well-known and widely available. They claim it is unsafe, "junk" science and without credibility.
But we know the truth behind the science.
We invite you to participate in the upcoming installment of the MCFL's Virtual Speaker Series on December 6, 2023 via Zoom. In this session, you will gain insights into the latest advancements in Abortion Pill Rescue Therapy from the distinguished OB/GYN, Dr. Christina Francis, Chief Executive Officer of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG).
About the speaker
Dr. Christina Francis is a board-certified OB/GYN who currently works in Fort Wayne, IN as an OB/GYN Hospitalist. Dr. Francis completed medical school at Indiana University in 2005 and completed her OB/GYN residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2009. She is a board member and CEO-Elect of the AAPLOG, an associate scholar with the Charlotte Lozier Institute, a board member of Indiana Right to Life, and a physician member of the Abortion Pill Reversal Network. As a pro life speaker, Dr. Francis offers her medical expertise, knowledge of bioethics, and pro-life reasoning both here in the U.S and around the globe. She has always had a passion for human rights, spending a significant portion of her life in various countries working tirelessly on behalf of women and children. Dr. Francis worked for three years as the only OB/GYN at a mission hospital in rural Kenya, until returning to the US in 2014 to work on behalf of women and children both in the US and internationally who are often victims of the abortion industry. She has written on issues surrounding women’s health and abortion for publications including the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and USA Today.
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