Mifepristone (generic), Mifeprex, RU-486 Newswire (Page 12)

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  1. Irish woman who bought abortion drugs on internet to induce...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2016 | Independent.ie

    The abortion drug Mifepristone 'blocks the hormone that makes the lining of the womb suitable for the fertilised egg' according to the NHS website A young woman who bought drugs on the internet to induce a miscarriage after failing to raise enough money to travel to England for a termination has been handed a suspended prison sentence. A barrister for the woman told Belfast Crown Court that had his client lived in any other region of the UK, she would "not have found herself before the courts."

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  2. FDA Affirms Abortion Drug ProtocolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2016 | NewsLI.com

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved labeling changes that will expand access to an effective medication that induces abortion. Mifepristone has been around for about 40 years, but the protocols for prescribing it already were out-of-date when they were last changed 16 years ago.

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  3. New Mifepristone label approval just a band-aid: FDA Change to the 'Abortion Pill' OverratedRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2016 | War Is A Crime

    Women's health advocates were uniformly jubilant on March 30, 2016 when the FDA updated its labeling for the medication, mifepristone. Mifepristone, sold under the brand name Mifeprex by Danco Laboratories, is commonly referred to as "the abortion pill."

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  4. Woman given suspended sentence in miscarriage caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2016 | UTV

    A young woman who bought drugs online to induce a miscarriage was handed a suspended jail term at Belfast Crown Court. The woman had failed to raise enough money to travel to England for a termination and her barrister said that had his client lived in any other region of the UK, she would "not have found herself before the courts."

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  5. Telemedicine could expand access to medical abortionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2016 | Reuters

    Women in the U.S. without reproductive health services close to home might have an easier time getting medical abortions if they could consult with doctors online instead of scheduling in-person visits, some providers argue. Although surgical abortions require clinic visits, roughly one quarter of abortions are done with medication and might be provided with telemedicine - using webcams and video chats to diagnose and treat these patients, Dr. Elizabeth Raymond of Gynuity Health Projects in New York and colleagues argue in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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  6. Brazil seizes abortion drugs sent to women living in fear of ZikaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2016 | Los Angeles Times

    An international advocacy group says demand in Brazil for abortion drugs has spiked with the spread of Zika, a virus transmitted by the mosquito and thought to cause birth defects. An international advocacy group says demand in Brazil for abortion drugs has spiked with the spread of Zika, a virus transmitted by the mosquito and thought to cause birth defects.

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  7. Arizona House approves bills targeting abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2016 | The Hastings Tribune

    The Republican-controlled Arizona House has approved three bills already passed by the Senate that target abortion or abortion providers, sending them to GOP Gov. Doug Ducey for action.

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  8. House initially approves bill limiting medication abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2016 | WBNS

    The House has given preliminary approval to a series of abortion measures including a bill limiting the use of the most common abortion-inducing drug. Senate Bill 1324 would bar doctors from prescribing the drug known as RU-486 after seven weeks of pregnancy.

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  9. Party leader Broten condemns 'offensive' social media posts from ex-NDP candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2016 | Canada.com

    A social media post in which a now-former provincial NDP candidate said the mother of Brad Wall should have taken an abortion pill is being condemned by NDP Leader Cam Broten. Mark Jeworski, who stepped down as a candidate in the Weyburn-Big Muddy riding, offered his resignation to the party's campaign manager on Friday morning.

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  10. Dilapidated Wichita Planned Parenthood Begins Selling Abortion Drugs They Cannot PronounceRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2016 | Christian Newswire

    Contact: Troy Newman , President, 316-841-1700; Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Vice President, 316-516-3034, both with Operation Rescue , [email protected] WICHITA, Kan., March 21, 2016 / Christian Newswire / -- Operation Rescue has confirmed that for the first time, the Planned Parenthood office in Wichita, Kansas, is now providing medication abortions on a sporadic basis. It is operated by Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri, which has been entangled in legal issues in Missouri over deceptive practices and an illegal relationship with a publicly funded university in Columbia.

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  11. Vancouver doctor who helped woman with ALS die an advocate for choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Dr. Ellen Wiebe is pictured in her Vancouver office on March 9, 2016. Not all Canadian doctors are in favour of soon having the legal right to help suffering patients end their lives.

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  12. Arizona Catholic Conferenceseeks to increase charitabletax credits, affect abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2016 | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    State House Speaker David Gowan poses with the bishops of Arizona Feb. 3. From left to right are Bishop Gerald N. Dino of the Holy Protection of Mary Byzantine Eparchy of Phoenix, Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted of Phoenix, Speaker Gowan, Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas of Tucscon, Bishop James S. Wall of Gallup, New Mexico, Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares of Phoenix and Ron Johnson, director of the Arizona Catholic Conference. A pair of bills aimed at charitable tax credits plus three bills aimed at abortion are making their way through the Arizona Legislature.

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  13. Getting abortions in Texas has become harder for some womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2016 | Reuters

    Some women in Texas have faced added obstacles in getting abortions after the state passed a law in 2013 that put restrictions on providers, according to a new study. Compared to women whose nearest abortion clinic remained opened, those whose nearest clinic closed were more likely to report traveling long distances, spending more than $100 and other difficulties in accessing abortion.

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