What is Total Protection?

Achieving total protection means achieving the enactment of laws prohibiting the killing of preborn children – at any stage of development and in any circumstance. Achieving total protection means that the lives of preborn children are equally protected under the law without discrimination.

Fighting for total protection is not easy. It requires defending the right to life of those preborn children who are conceived in rape or incest, or of those whom some say pose a threat to the life of their mother.

It requires defending preborn children whether they are moments old embryos or nearly full term; whether they were conceived in a Petri dish for in vitro fertilization or embryonic stem cell research, or in a mother’s body, before implantation in the womb. It means defending preborn children regardless of ability or disability.

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