A state nursing board has given additional credibility to the abortion pill reversal regimen.
RU486 is the two-pill abortion pill that was first used in France in 1987 and became available in this country in 2000.
However, soon after RU486 became available, doctors developed a process that would reverse the abortion if the reversing pill is taken soon after the initial abortion attempt.
Jay Hobbs of Heartbeat International says pro-abortion forces immediately responded, denying the reversal pill’s effectiveness.
“Abortion advocates still call this junk science, and they say that it’s an unproven method,” Hobbs said. But he said that 300 babies have been helped through this process.
The California Board of Nursing was pressured by political sources married to abortion advocates hoping to discredit the baby-saving pill. So an audit was ordered and auditors took their time painstakingly pouring through the information and a continuing education course offered by Heartbeat International.
In its decision, the nursing board gave a green light to the Heartbeat course.
Hobbs cited the high-level requirements of the California Board of Nursing as a good sign for the course to be offered in other states as well.
"So it represents just one more step in bringing the reversal process to light,” Hobbs said. "More medical professionals will be able to impart that information to women and save the lives of preborn babies when the mother has second thoughts about aborting her child.”