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  1. Scottish women can take the 'abortion pill' at homeRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 26 | Scotsman.com

    Women in Scotland have been given the right to take the so-called "abortion pill" at home, it emerged yesterday. Anti-abortion campaigners last night reacted angrily to an announcement by public health minister Aileen Campbell that misoprostol can be taken at home when "clinically appropriate".

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  2. Women in Scotland allowed abortion pill at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 26 | BBC News

    Scotland's Chief Medical Officer has written to all health boards to say the drug misoprostol can be taken by women outside of a clinical setting. The change in Scotland would mean the second tablet Misoprostol - would be administered in a clinical setting but could be taken by women at home.

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  3. Skuster on Criminalizing Abortions Without Health Care ProvidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 25 | CrimProf Blog

    In order to uphold rights to life and health, national governments must reduce death from abortions. Women who cannot get safe abortions risk their lives and health by turning to unsafe methods.

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  4. The UK Lags The Other Big Western European Countries For Gastrointestinal Drug SalesRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 25 | World News Report

    LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, October 25, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- The UK market for medications to treat illnesses of the stomach and intestines is both much smaller than and growing more slowly than those of Germany, France, Spain and Italy. The UK's market was worth well under 1% of the global total in 2016, as against Germany's 5%, France's more than 4%, Italy's nearly 3% and Spain's over 1%.

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  5. Meet 10 more 2017 Future 40 winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | CBC News

    This round of CBC Future 40 winners includes a poet, a wrestler, a health advocate and a singer making waves in the Australian country music scene. From Oct. 23 to 26, CBC Saskatchewan is announcing 10 Future 40 winners each day.

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  6. Western Europe Offers Poor Prospects To Investors In Gastrointestinal DrugsRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2017 | World News Report

    LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, October 21, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- The global market for the drugs category that includes antacids and antiemetics is worth nearly $60 billion and is growing at 4.5% a year; this would be higher if it were not that the Western European region, one of the larger drug markets, is barely growing at all, and in fact has recently been shrinking. These trends leave the Western European market third in terms of size, worth not much more than half that of North America, and 5 percentage points behind that of Asia Pacific.

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  7. Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Administration's Power Over a Pregnant GirlRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2017 | The New York Times

    In early September, a 17-year-old girl from Central America was apprehended trying cross the border between the United States and Mexico. After being taken to a shelter for unaccompanied minors in South Texas to await immigration proceedings, she learned she was pregnant.

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  8. Availability Without Prescription Boosts The US, Chinese And Japanese ...Read the original story

    Oct 18, 2017 | World News Report

    LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, October 18, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- The USA and Japan are the countries where the markets for drugs to treat illnesses of the stomach and intestines are the largest. The US market accounts for over 15% of global sales and Japan for just under 10% of these medications by value.

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  9. Victoria women's health clinic calls for abortion pill coverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2017 | CBC News

    Lack of provincial coverage for a recently approved abortion pill is pushing women to choose surgery for ending unwanted pregnancies, according to the head of a Victoria-area clinic. Dawn Fowler, the executive director of the Vancouver Island Women's Clinic, said British Columbia is the only province that does not cover the cost of Mifegymiso.

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  10. Oxytocic Pharmaceuticals Market Will Embellish at an Impressive 9.7% CAGR by 2016-2026Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2017 | SBWire

    Though synthetic oxytocin is chemically equivalent to naturally-occurring oxytocin, their pharmaceutical functions for aiding women in labour are quite distinctive. Medical professionals from around the world will continue to recommend synthetic-based oxytocic pharmaceuticals over natural since oxytocic pharmaceuticals originating from synthetic sources can boost the momentum of decelerated labour by IV administration.

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  11. CorrectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2017 | Slate Magazine

    In an Oct. 12 Slatest , Jeremy Stahl misstated the amount of Puerto Rico's debt. It's $72 billion, not $72.

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  12. It's Not Legal to Get an Abortion Online, But Maybe It Should BeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2017 | Lifehacker

    Almost half of all early abortions are done with the simple action of taking a few pills. The pills are safe to take at home, with very low rates of complications.

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  13. Plan C: Medication Abortion By MailRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | Ms. Magazine

    Medication abortions involve two distinct drugs-Misoprostol and Mifepristone-which, when taken in combination in the first 10weeks of pregnancy, effectively terminate 95-98 percent of the non-ectopic pregnancies. These "abortion pills" earned a stamp of approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for early abortion in 2000 and are readily available at abortion clinics that provide medication abortions.

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  14. UT professor analyzes abortion barriers in Great BritainRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2017 | Daily Texan

    Despite the perceived widespread accessibility of abortion services in Great Britain, a new study led by Abigail Aiken, assistant professor of public affairs, suggests that there are still potential barriers to abortion access in Great Britain. "It was interesting to me to think about what might be some of the barriers that people might experience in a country you tend to think that these services are available," Aiken said.

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  15. 'Pills to Clean U After': Shocking illegal abortion textsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    ILLEGAL abortions for women who are as far as six months pregnant are just a text message away, a news.com.au investigation has revealed. It's one of hundreds like it plastered around the cities and shanty towns of South Africa, where the majority of citizens live below the poverty line.

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  16. How the Abortion Pill WorksRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2017 | Teen Vogue

    The ACLU is fighting to make the pill more accessible to women and people who can get pregnant, as currently, the FDA prohibits mifeprestone from being available at a pharmacy. "The abortion pill is safe, effective, and legal.

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  17. Some 25 million unsafe abortions occur each year, UN health agency warnsRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Newkerala.com

    NEW YORK: About 25 million unsafe abortions, accounting for 45 per cent of all abortions, occurred every year from 2010 to 2014 worldwide, with 97 per cent of those unsafe procedures occurring in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, a new United Nations study has found. "Increased efforts report are needed, especially in developing regions, to ensure access to contraception and safe abortion," says Bela Ganatra, a scientist and the lead author of the study, The Lancet, released today by the World Health Organization and the Guttmacher Institute.

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  18. ACLU Takes Federal Government to Court Over Abortion Pill RestrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Mother Jones

    Protestors rally outside of the Supreme Court on March 2, 2016 during oral arguments in the Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt case.

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  19. The ACLU Is Suing To Increase Access To The Abortion PillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Switched

    The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit on Tuesday challenging federal regulations it says unfairly limit women's access to medication abortion. The suit - filed on behalf of a Hawaii-based family physician, Dr. Graham Chelius, and several health care organizations - challenges FDA regulations on where women are able to get Mifeprex, the brand name for the drug mifepristone.

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  20. Nearly Half of All Abortions Unsafe In Developing CountriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Of the 56 million annual abortions performed around the world, nearly half, or 25 million, posed some threat to the health or life of the woman. The vast majority of unsafe abortions - 97 percent - were performed in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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