abortion pill

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an abortion-inducing drug (trade name RU_486) developed in France

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'So anyone can purchase this abortion pills online without any proper medical check-ups, without knowing about their health or the condition of their fetus, and they can just come to this car park even, pay and take the pills,' Kasthuri added.
The abortion pill improves access to affordable abortions (abortions in the U.S.
The abortion pill reversal treatment works by giving women extra progesterone up to 72 hours after a woman takes the first chemical abortion pill.
Despite all these guidelines, abortion pills are widely being sold without medical prescription by the chemist over-the-counter.
Korean online drug stores for abortion pills can be accessed within a few clicks on foreign search engines like Google.
According to the study's statistics, the abortion pill failed for 1,169 women.
ABORTION pills are being sold online for just pounds 15 to British women, a People investigation has found.
A leading Nicosia gynaecologist who wished to remain unnamed said he had never prescribed the abortion pill and as far as he knew the medication was not even available on the island.
And Jane Henney, who ran the agency when the abortion pill RU-486 pill was approved, is among those reportedly being considered for FDA chief under President-elect Barack Obama.
A CHEMICAL used in the abortion pill could provide a new weapon against breast and ovarian cancers, say researchers.
Since 2000, misoprostol has been used with little fanfare in conjunction with the abortion pill mifepristone, commonly referred to as RU-486.
From the abortion pill debate to same-sex marriage and the war in Iraq, this book deliberates on both the possibilities and pitfalls of combining religious beliefs with public life.
Right-to-life leaders have been expressing shock, outrage, and dismay over President George Bush's August 21 announcement of support for making "Plan B," the morning-after abortion pill, available over the counter, no prescription needed.
Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) renewed calls to pass the RU486 Suspension and Review Act, which would force the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to suspend sale of Mifepristone, better known as the abortion pill. Rep.