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Guam Alliance for Unborn holds pro-life rally

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Alliance for the Defense of the Unborn held a pro-life rally this weekend, bringing awareness to the community. Attendees got to hear about the development of babies and some individuals even shared their personal stories. 

Mike Carey explained how in March 2006 he adopted a little girl who was a miracle baby and beat the odds.  The girl's birth mother had gotten pregnant and tried to abort the baby when she was already six months along after finding out her boyfriend was returning to the island.  He recalled, "She went into panic overdrive and didn't know what to do and she went down to one of these women's clinics who gave her all these pills that are supposed to induce abortion. So she took the pills instead of spontaneously aborting she went into labor."

The baby was born premature and was only 3.5 pounds, but has grown into a beautiful, extremely athletic and smart girl. The group hopes to hold more of these rallies and hopes their efforts will result in the passage of pro-life legislation.

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