SAO PAULO, Brazil, May 29 (LSN) – The global push for chemical abortion by the feminist and de-population movements has extended into countries where abortion is illegal, causing especially great damage to women and children.  Dr Claudette Gonzalez of the University of Sao Paulo said Friday that “Information on the effects of taking misoprostol (a common abortion drug)  during pregnancy should be made more widely available to dissuade women from misusing the drug.”  According to a report in the prestigious British medical journal, The Lancet, doctors in Brazil have treated 42 infants whose mothers attempted to abort them with the drug misoprostol. The children suffered deformities including “absence of fingers and toes and a build-up of fluid in the skull.”


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