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By Dan Hart

Use of the abortion pill is surging. Reports indicate that almost 40 percent of all abortions are now carried out using the abortion pill. But as FRC and many other pro-life organizations have been pointing out, the abortion pill carries with it substantial risk to the health of women.

In response to this concerning upward trend in chemical abortions, the highly effective pro-life organization Live Action recently launched an ad campaign on Google informing women about a safe and effective medical procedure known as abortion pill reversal (APR). According to Live Action, Google had previously approved their APR ads, which the organization had already spent $170,000 on and which had been running for over four months.

But yesterday, Live Action reported that Google not only banned their APR ads, but all of their other ads as well, including one that simply showed animation of human development in the womb, on the basis that the ads contained “unreliable claims.”

Read more here.