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80% of women choose LIFE when they see their baby on ultrasound – pro-life organization offers hope

80% of women choose LIFE when they see their baby on ultrasound – pro-life organization offers hope

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Sara Gonzales invites Dan Steiner, founder and president of Pre-Born, to the show to discuss the hope his pro-life organization offers to conflicted mothers around the country.

Pre-Born, Dan explains, seeks to “[reach] these women before they get to the abortion clinics and [give] them loving, compassionate, Christ-centered, practical alternatives so that they can choose life.”

Since Roe v. Wade was passed in 1973, over 63 million babies have been killed in the womb, creating what Steiner calls a “river of blood.”

While abortion isn’t over, and advocates of it are only growing more devout in their promoting of the procedure, Pre-Born seems to have found a highly effective way to reduce the amount of abortions that occur.

“We give these ultrasounds to these women for free, and when they see their baby,” he tells Sara, “that is the game changer — 80% of the time, they will choose life.”

“I think what you guys are doing is just so important,” Sara says, “because these poor women really have been co-opted by the left, and I think a lot of them just don’t even realize it until they see it on your ultrasound.”

Pre-Born has seen over 54,000 babies saved since its founding.

But it doesn’t stop there. The organization also aims to untangle the lies many women are told by the companies promoting the newest form of abortion — a chemical abortion involving highly dangerous pills.

Listen to Dan and Sara’s conversation here.

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