Ultrasound's a game-changer

Wednesday, December 26, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

pregnancy ultrasoundIt's been a big year for the nation's largest provider of ultrasound sessions and ultrasound machines to pregnancy clinics.

Pre-Born says more than 25,000 women chose life for their babies this year. That is 15,000 more than 2017 and 17,000 than 2016.

"That is in direct result to some of the programs and ministry in a large part of American Family Radio and American Family Association, so our partnership is vital to saving the lives of children," says Dan Steiner, president and CEO of Pre-Born. "It provides us the revenue from programs like 'Financial Issues' and others to be able to expand our efforts."

For example, Pre-Born has been able to expand its hours in major abortion markets throughout the United States, including Houston, Dallas, Orlando, and Washington, D.C.

"For only $28, anybody can underwrite an ultrasound for a girl," Steiner continues. "And let me tell you -- that makes all the difference in the world. We might be able to talk a girl out of aborting without an ultrasound maybe 40 percent of the time, but if we give her an ultrasound, she will choose life 80 percent of the time."

Steiner calls that a game-changer.

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