KEEP ABORTION OUT OF PHARMACIES
Deregulating the abortion pill harms women and children. Join us and stop your local CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid from dispensing death!
SPREAD THE WORD
Friends don't let friends shop at abortion providers. Let EVERY PRO-LIFER in your community know you're boycotting and they should, too.
Raise awareness and show these pharmacies that we WILL NOT BE SILENT about their decision to dispense death by prescription.
Boycott the big 3 until they commit to not killing children. FIND a safe pharmacy, SWITCH your prescriptions, and CALL the big 3 to voice your disapproval.
What is the abortion pill?
Is my pharmacy dispensing the abortion pill?
Is the abortion pill safe?
Unlike the morning after pill, in a chemical abortion, a pregnant woman will take two pills. The first pill, Mifepristone cuts off progesterone, starving her baby to death. Then, Misoprostol is used to induce contractions and expel the baby.
Chemical abortion causes severe cramping and bleeding for 9-30 days. The mother will deliver her stillborn baby into her toilet.
Mifepristone has NO purpose in pregnancy other than to end the life of a preborn human.
Until recently, the FDA had an in-person dispensing requirement. However, in 2021 that requirement was removed, and in January 2023 the FDA approved the abortion pill to be sold in pharmacies.
This means that if pharmacies apply for certification to do so, they will be able to dispense the death pill to any woman with a prescription, even if:
She never had an ultrasound to screen for ectopic pregnancy
She never confirmed how far along she is
She was never told the risks of the pill
The abortion pill has killed 5.6 million unborn children since it’s FDA approval in 2000, and has injured and traumatized countless women. It has a complication rate four times that of surgical abortion, and as many as one out of five women will suffer a complication.
Due to the increased use of abortion pills, abortion-related ER visits increased 500% from 2002 to 2015, and are only continuing to rise.
What can I do?
Right now, CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid all plan to start selling the pill, pending FDA certification. But you can stop them! Put pressure on them to change course with these simple actions.