A few weeks pregnant, Rebecca Medina (right) took 200 mg of mifepristone—an abortion drug—and fell asleep. When the 25-year-old nursing student woke up, she had changed her mind. A Google search led her to AbortionPillReversal.com, where family physician George Delgado explains his research on how a little-known procedure, using progesterone, can reverse a chemical abortion. For Medina, the treatment worked: her son, Elijah Gabriel, is now six months old. While more studies are needed, a 2,500-member group of pro-life ob-gyns back the treatment, and nearly 300 physicians offer it.1
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A Second Chance for Elijah Gabriel
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