Talk to your kids about abortion, by CBS News.
Even though this article is very much in the "abortion as health choice" genre, it does say (although only in the last paragraph):
"A dose of mifepristone is taken under the guidance of a clinician, according to the organization's Web site. "In a few days, she uses the second medication, misoprostol. The pregnancy usually ends within four hours after taking the misoprostol. The pre-embryo or embryo and other products of conception that develop during pregnancy are passed out through the vagina. Complete abortion will occur in 96 to 97 percent of women receiving this regimen."
Sure wouldn't want to be in the 3-4%, and "products of conception that develop during pregnancy" is the longest synonym I've ever seen for "very small baby".