abortion-inducing drug


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Synonyms for abortion-inducing drug

a drug (or other chemical agent) that causes abortion

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(27) Since 2008, Planned Parenthood in Iowa used telemedicine to perform medication abortions, however, this practice was interrupted by the Iowa Board of Medicine passing a regulation establishing standards of practice for physicians prescribing abortion-inducing drugs. (28) One of those standards required the physician to personally perform a physical examination and be physically present when administering the abortion-inducing drug.
No physician who provides RU-486 (mifepristone) or any abortion-inducing drug shall knowingly or recklessly fail to provide or prescribe the RU-486 (mifepristone) or any abortion-inducing drug according to the protocol tested and authorized by the U.S.
An Edinburgh University team have finished the first stages of research into the use of the pill, which is made from an abortion-inducing drug .
Following the FDA regimen for abortion-inducing drugs isn't unsafe, but it is less effective and has more side effects than the evidence-based protocol followed by most abortion providers, said Fine, who participated in the FDA's clinical trial for Mifeprex, the abortion-inducing drug.
As of June, Wisconsin had banned the use of telemedicine for medication abortion, while Oklahoma expanded its existing ban (on the use of telemedicine to prescribe the abortion-inducing drug mifepristone) to prohibit telemedicine for any kind of medically induced abortion.
An Edinburgh University team have finished the first stages of research into the pill which is made from an abortion-inducing drug.
Asa Hutchinson has signed House Bill 1394--the Abortion-Inducing Drug Safety Act--into the law, the latest in a succession of pro-life measures passed by the strongly pro-life legislative.
The legislation bans abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognizes that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; requires doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; requires doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and requires abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
Another provision of the bill, which requires doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allowing the woman to take a second dosage at home, came under fire from Sen.
HB 2 contains four main provisions: It would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
Senate Bill 1 and its companion, House Bill 2, would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
HB 2, and its companion, Senate Bill 1, would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
The measure also would require doctors who administer the abortion-inducing drug, RU-486, do so in person.
"No longer will Catholic nuns who care for the elderly poor be forced by the government to provide abortion-inducing drugs in their health care plans.